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BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS. 



tt 



>• Auditor's Office, Illinois, ) 

Spring fieldi December 1, 1856. ^ 

To the General Assemhly of the State of Illinois : 

I have the honor to submit the following report : 

1st. A statement of the receipts and expenditures, showing the 
amount of revenue received applicable to the payment of the ordina- 
ry and contingent expenses of the state government, and the amount 
disbursed. 

2d. A statement of warrants drawn upon the treasury for ail pur- 
poses. 

3d. A detailed statement of warrants drawn upon the treasury, and 
to what appropriation charged. 

4th. A statement of warrants drawn and charged to the contingent 
fund. 

5th. A statement of the amount of warrants which have not been 
presented at the treasury f r payment. 

6-h. A statement of the amount of redemption money received from 
minor heirs and due the owners of tax deeds. 

7th. A statement of the amount of the school, college and seminary 
funds. 

8th. A statement of state bonds and scrip purchased with the 
school fimd, and the amount of said fund placed in the hands of the 
governor for that purpose. 

9th. A statement of state bonds and scrip purchased with the stata 
land fund, and the amount of said fund drawn by the governor for 
that purpose. 



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10th, A statement of state bonds purchased with the Central Rail- 
road fund, and the amouiit of said fund drawn by the state treasurer 
in payment thereof. 

11th. A statement of the county dividends of the interest and school 
tax funds. 

12th. A statement of the school tax fund. 

13th. A statement of the treasurer's accounts. 

14th. A statement of the revenue and special state taxes charged, 
amount collected, &c. 

15th and I6th. Tabular statements of personal property, and the 
value of real property taxable in the years 1854 and 1855. 

I7th. A statement of state lands sold, and the number of acres re- 
maining unsold. 

18th. A list of the internal improvement lands unsold. 

19th to 23d. The several statements and tables relative to the bank- 
ing business. 

A brief notice of the present condition of the banks established 
under the general banking law that have been closed, and those that 
are clo^^ing their business, is all that will be necessary in addition to 
the statements contained in the tables. Two of them, the bank of 
Lucas & Simoftds, and the Quincy City Bank, have closed their busi- 
ness, except the filing of evidence that the notices required by sec- 
tion thirty-seven have been published, and the withdrawal of the 
funds deposited for the redemption of their notes. Nine others have 
filed certificates of their intention to close business, in accordance 
with the provisions of an act approved January 10th, 1855, three of 
which, the Exchange Bank of H. A. Tucker & Co., the Merchants' 
and Mechanics' Bank, and the Southern Bank of Illinois, at Belleville, 
have deposited specie and withdrawn their bonds. Six others — the 
Bank of Rockford, the City Bank, the Farmers' Bank, the Mechan- 
ics' and Farmers' Bank, the Phcenix Bank and the Union Bank — 
have been closed by protest, and receivers have been appointed to 
settle, their affairs. 

The law relative to the final settlement of the affairs of banks 
(thirty- seventh section of the general banking law) not being appli- 
cable to banks closing business under the act of 1855, or those closed 
by protest, it may be necessary to determine by law when and how 
their affairs shall finally be closed. 

The statement of the treasurer's accounts exhibits the finances of 
the state in a sound and flourishing condition. The punctuality in 
the payment of the taxes furnishes gratifying evidence of the pros- 
perity of our state and the good faith of our citizens. The receipts 
of revenue for ordinary and contingent purposes exceeds the expen- 
ditures by the sura of $162,039 82. It is estimated that at least 
$100,000 of this sum will not be required in defraying the expenses 
of the government, and may, therefore, as the revenue of the current 
year ( 1856) will be received at the treasury within a few months, be 
considered surplus money and applicable to the payment of the in- 
terest on the state debt, in accordance with the provisions of "An 



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act to provide for paying a portion of the interest on the state debt," 
approved March 1st, 1845. 

There will be about ^624,000 applicable to the pa5^ment of the 
principal of the state debt on the first of January, 1857, being an 
increase of 'ir>l34,437 over the amount paid the previous year. The 
increase in the fund for the payment of interest, exclusive of the sur- 
plus revenue, is in like proportion. 

The statements of the value of taxable property and the amount of 
taxes levied for the current year, (1856) will probably not be received 
at this office until the first of January, and therefore cannot be in- 
cluded in this report. 

The aggregate valuation of taxable property in the year 1854 is 
$252,7565.5685 and the aggregate valuation in the year 1855 is .$'334,- 
398,425, being an increase in 1855 over the year 1854, of $81;641,- 
657, equal to about thirty-three per cent. There can be but little 
doubt of the fact that a fair valuation of the taxable property, in ac- 
cordance with the requirements of the law regulating the assessment 
of property, would greatly increase the aggregate valuation. It is 
believed tliat the property is not assessed in any county over its (rue 
value, and the inequality, as shown by the comparative statements, 
makes it apparent that there must be wrong somev/here. It has been 
siad that the law is radicallj wrong, that the fault is in the law, «&c. ; 
but those who have made such assertions have failed, at least so far 
as I am advised, to point out the radical wr»mg. In my opinion it 
will be difficult to define the duties of assessors and fix rules for valu- 
ing property more clearly and definitely than is done in the law now 
in force. The wrong, then, must be in the administration of the law, 
not in the law itself. 

Tax-payers are not so particular about the valuation of their pro- 
perty, as they are about the criterion by which it is made. They are 
unwilling to have it assessed at a higher rate than that of their neigh- 
bors. The same principle extends to towns and counties. The as- 
sessor of a town or county does not desire to value property, at a 
higher rate than like property is valued in other towns and counties. 
This desire, though founded in a true principle, (a wish for equal tax- 
ation) is the origin of the difficulty. It sets aside the regulations in- 
stituted by the law for the valuation of property, and substitutes in- 
stead the judgment, and often the mere imagination, of each assessor. 
In attempting to follow a criterion regulated by no fixed rule, but 
simply by what each assessor may suppose some one else to be gov- 
erned b)', must necessarily lead to almost every possible variation, in 
the assessment of property, from its true value. 

No national or state revenue law has ever been made that produced 
a perfect equality in taxation, and, in ray opinion, no revenue law is 
so unequal in its operation but that a strict compliance with its re- 
quirements will produce a more equal assessment of taxes than can 
be produced by the individual judgment of as many different persons 
as there are assessors in an entire state, without any general rule to 
govern them ; and if it u necessary to fix general rules for valuing 
property for taxation, it is certainly important that those whose dutj 



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it is to act under such rules should act in accordance with them. It 
was hoped that the rules prescribed in the acts of 1853 were suffi- 
ciently clear and explicit to enable assessors in the several counties 
to approximate at least very near an equality in the valuation of pro- 
perty, an! that the law was sufficiently stringent to compel those — if 
there should be any such — who might be otherwise disposed, to value 
the property in accordance with the rules prescribed. But the fre- 
quent complaints, and the apparent inequality in the value of pro- 
perty, even in adjoining counties, induces me to believe that in some 
counties the law is not properly understood or it is not considered 
a- ood authority. It may be that in some of the details tlie revenue 
and assessment laws now in force should be amended. I will, how- 
ever, only sufygest one amendment, which is the establishment of a 
state board of equalizers. Such a board, properly organized, may 
equalize the valuation of the taxable property among the several 
counties, so that each county may contribu'e a sliare of the expenses 
of the state government and of the public debt, at least approximating 
a just proportion, more nearly than is done by the county and town 
assessors. There have hitherto been objections to the establishment 
of a state board of equalization, that do not now exist, at least not to 
so preat an extent. The time required to prepare the lists for the 
use'^of the board, sending them to the seat of government, making the 
equalization, reporting the result of the action of the board to the 
several counties, making the alterations in the original lists, &c., will 
of course add to the time required under the present law for the com- 
pletion of the tax lists, and to the expense for that part cf the public 
service; hence it would not have been practicable, under this system, 
to make such frequent assessments of the real* property as the rapid 
changes in its value for some years past demanded. But the location 
of railroads, and the general increase in the wealth of the state, hav- 
ing comparatively settled the relative value of real property, the 
principal objections are removed. 

It is believed that the increase in the value of taxable property will 
justify a reduction in the rate of tax levied for defraying the ordinary 
and contingent expenses, to one mill on each dollar's valuation, making 
the rate of state tax levied for all purposes, including the tax for pay- 
ing the expenses of t!ie state government, state debt, interest on the 
state debt,' and school tax, six and one-half mills. 

If, instead of a fixed rate of taxation, the amount required to meet 
the demands upon the treasury, annually, was determined by law, and 
apportioned so that each county would pay a jiro rata share accord- 
ing to the value of its taxable property, it v/ould, in my opinion, be 
preferable to the present system. Let the valuation cf the property 
be equalized, so that the people will have confidence that each indi- 
vidual and each county \% contributing their just proportion of the ex- 
penses of the government, and that the high or low valuation of their 
property will neither increase or diminish the amount of their taxes, 
and there will be no more complaint of high valuations. The induce- 
ment to list property below its true value being thus removed, a full 
and fair representation of the wealth of the state would be more 



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easil obtained. There can he no doubt but that a correct represen- 
tation of the wealth of the state would demoMstrate oar ability to 
meet its liabilities without resorting to a higher rate of taxation than 
that of our sister states. Thus we should wholly remove the objec- 
tions which have in some instances been urged to deter immigration 
and the investment of capital in the state. This system cannot, how- 
ever, be adopted under the present constitution, and is, therefore, only 
referred to here for the purpose of calling attention to the subject. 

Permit me again to call attention to the necessity of a law making 
provision for the reception and safe keeping of the maps, fields notes, 
and other records of the original surveys in this state, now in the 
office of the surveyor general. The law of congress does not author- 
ize their delivery to the state authorities until such provision is 
made. 

THOMAS H. CAMPBELL, .Auditor, P. .^. 



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6 

No. 1. 



STATEMEJVT oj Receipts and Expenditures Jrom the 1st day cf 
December, 1854, to the Wth day of J\ruveniber,\^bQ, inclusive. 



RECEIPTS. 



Taxes coliected and paid over by collectors on real and per?.onal property 
assessed in the year ISriS, and prior years, for revenue purposes, , 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors on real and personal property 
assessed in the year 1854, for revenue purposes , 

Taxes collected and paid over by collectors on real and personal property 
assessed in the year 18 55, for revenue purposes 

Amount paid into the treasury for redemptions and sale* of property pur- 
chased by the state on execution, for revenue purposes 

Amount paid into the treasury from drainage fund 

Amount paid into the treasury for hawkers' and peddlers' licenses 

Amount paid into the treasury for redemptions by minor heirs 

Amount paid into the treasury for saline lands sold 

Amount paid into the treasury for right of way of Pekin and Bloomington 
railroad 

Amount of surplus revenue paid into the treasury zefunded by Governor 
Matteson 

Amount of insane hospital fund, transferred for revenue purposes 

Amount of blind asylum fund, transferred for revenue purposes 

Total 



Amount 



$9, 795 SI 

290,911 55 

323,212 9S 

3,400 32 

5,926 00 

600 00 

15 52 

1,2U8 54 

1 00 

20,000 00 

8,500 OS 

429 31 



?=G64,000 51 



EXPENDITURES. 



Amount. 



Amount paid out of revenue fund for special purposes, as shown by table 

No. 2 ; 

Amount paid out of revenue fund, for ordinary expenses, as shown by table 
No. 2 ■ 

Amount paid out of revenue fund, for old State Bank paper and interest on 
same , . , 

Amount paid out of revenue fund for old warrants 

Total amount paid out 

Amount received over amount paid out , 

Amout on hand December 1, 1854 

Balance in treasury, December 1, 1856 



$155,622 32 

373, 93*7 71 

168 09^ 
1,257 41 



§530,985 53 



$183,(114 98 
29,024 84 



$162,039 82 



7 

No. 2. 



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A GEA^ERAL STATEMEA T of the amount oj Warrants drawn 
upon the. Treasury from the 1st day of jDece?nhcr, Ibbi, tu the 
1st day (f Becernber, 1856, and charged to the Jolluiving accounts. 



To what account charged. 



Appropriatons, special 

County agricultural societic; 
Canal claims 



Contingent fund 

Commissioners to build goven;oi'.s house. 

Fund cominijsioner 

Geological survey 

Governor's house 

Illinois penitentiary 

Money refunded 

Burphis revenue 

Supremo court, first division 

Supreme court, second division 

Supreme court, third division 

Selecting swamp lands 

State arsenal 

State house 

Btate house square 



Total amount paid for special purposes 

Auditor of public accounts 

Appropriations, general 

Abstracts of taxable lands 

Bank commissioners 

Commissioners for taking the census 

Conveying convicts to the penitentiary 

Clerks' fees on lands 

Collectors' fees on lands 

Distribution of the laws and journals 

Deficiency appropriation 

Fugitives from justice 

Governor of the state of Illinois 

General assembly 

Incidental expenses 

Insane hospital 

Institution for the education of the deaf and dumb. 

Institution for the blind 

Judiciarv, 1st division supreme court 

do 

do 



do 


2d 


do 


do 


3d 


do 


do 


1st 


circuit 


do 


2d 


do 


do 


Sd 


do 


do 


4tli 


do 


do 


5th 


do 


do 


6th 


do 


do 


Vth 


do 


do 


8th 


do 


do 


'.Hh 


do 


do 


l(>th 


do 


do 


11th 


do 


do 


l-2th 


do 


do 


13th 


do 


do 


14th 


do 



Amount. 



S19,S03 23 

3,500 00 

2,753 00 

7,517 82 

18,1)66 5G 

150 00 

10,895 01 

11 90 

35,000 00 

685 16 

20,000 00 

11,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

5 50 

6,983 88 

18 00 

16,832 26 



%^7, 
14, 
1, 
3, 
16, 
29. 



Oil 
453 
273 
992 
141 
091 
4G3 
66 
350 
464 
874 
625 
SOS 
274 

om 

970 

oo» 

400 

001 

400 
000 
066 
500 
750 
000 
843 
339 
(lOi 
000 
840 
967 
100 
000 
000 



Total. 



§155,622 32 



95 \. 

97 i. 

14 i. 

10 i. 

30 I. 

35 '. 

67 |. 

48 !. 

00 {. 

OS !. 

81 t. 
90 I. 
79 |. 
95 !• 
00 j. 
26 . 
GO I. 
00 j. 
37 . 

00 !. 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
75 
85 
00 
00 
00 
59 
00 
00 
00 



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General Statement — Continued. 



To what account charged, 



Judiciaiy, lotli cu'cuit 

do " 16th do 

do I'Zth do 

do Coolc county court common pleas 

do court common pleas citj' Cairo 

d« recorder's court of the citv of Chicago 

Judgments, clerks' and sheriffs' fees. . . - 

Liquidation bonds 

Militia of Illinois 

Office of the executive 

do secretary of state 

do state treasurer 

do auditor of public accounts 

do superintendent of public instruction 

Prosecuting attorney Cook county court comui«n pleas. 

do court common pleas city of Cairo 

do recorder's court of the city of Chicago 

Porter of the state house 

Public printing 

Public binding 

Publishing notices, &c 

Reports of the supreme court 

Picdemption money 

Secretary of state 

State treasurer 

Superintendent of public instruction 

Secretary of fund commissioner 

State's attorney's fees 

State's attorneys, 1st circuit 



do 


2d 


do 


do 


3d 


do 


do 


4 th 


do 


do 


5th 


do 


do 


6 th 


do 


do 


7 th 


do 


do 


8th 


do 


do 


9th 


do 


do 


loth 


■do 


do 


11th 


do 


do 


12 th 


do 


do 


13th 


do 


do 


14th 


do 


do 


15th 


do 


do 


16th 


do 


do 


17 th 


do 


Supreme court, 


1 St division 


do 


2d 


do 


do 


3d 


do 



AiHoiint paid for ordinary expense; 

State debt fund " 

Money refunded, state debt fund 

Interest fund \ 

Mon«y refunded, interest fund 

Insane Hospital fund 

Money refunded, insane hospital fund. . 
Fund for the education of the blind. . . . 
Money refunded, blind asylum fund. . . . 

Money refunded, state school fund 

State land fund 



Amount. 



S2,00© 00 


1,786 60 


2,000 00 


2,250 00 


7-16 57 


2,214 40 


110 14 


11,603 91 


150 00 


950 05 


1,836 79 


592 43 


2,140 92 


1,050 87 


437 50 


250 00 


875 00 


941 00 


17,763 00 


4,668 48 


427 55 


5,000 00 


19 50 


2,445 83 


2,450 00 


2,750 00 


1,774 99 


235 29 


1,000 00 


786 62 


653 33 


970 00 


939 20 


1,000 00 


925 00 


1,393 33 


1,200 00 


1,208 62 


1,000 00 


1,425 00 


1,003 47 


1,250 00 


875 00 


1,000 00 


962 30 


1,964 56 


2,393 26 


1,255 79 



$908,521 04 

320 79 

690,314 06 

783 17 

10,000 00 

8,534 56 

4,000 00 

439 67 

85,076 43 

100,879 18 



Total. 



$373,937 71 



9 



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General Statement — Contined. 



To Tvhat account chai-ged. • 


Amount. 


Total. 


Ccnti'iil ruihor.tl fund 


$56,41-1 .51 
3,319 13 




Delinquent lunu tux 








Amount paid out of special funds 




si, 028, 532 51 








Total amount of v/arrants issued 


^2,458,112 5*7 










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10 

No. 3. 



DETAILED HTATEMEA'T of the warrants draivn on the treas- 
ury during the fiscal term,) commencing December 1, 1854, and 
ending December \st^ 1856, showing on icliat ap]jropriation and 
on ivhat account charged. 



APPROPRIATIONS— SPECIAL. 

Amouut paid for interest on S., C. and Scm. fund, due White county ISlV. 
App. 1855 

carpets and desks for s^enatc chamber and hall of repre- 
sentatives. App. ] 853 

postage and printing for bank conimissioricrs. App. 1855. 

furniture and labor in office superintendent public instruc- 
tion. App. 1855 

rent of room for state armory, -^pp. 1855 

expenses of A. Starne going to Chicago for stationery. 
App. 1855 

lots in Shawnee town to heirs of Parmenius Redman. App. 
1855 

judgment against Jas. Shields, auditor public accounts. 
App. 1855 

purchase of boolss for state library. App. 1855 

getting members general aesenibly, 1855, out of snow 
bank. App. 1855 

Haines' computation township organization law. App. 
1855 

making index to laws and journals, session 1855. App. 
1855 

appropriation to S. McClure. App. 1855 

Freeman's Illinois Digest. App. 1855 



APPROPRIATIONS— GENERAL. 

Amount paid for making lists of swamp lands approved for counties. App. 
1853 

' ' services of state librarian. App. 1853 

' ' repairs and taking care of state arms. App. 1855 

' ' gasfittings, pipe, fixtures and gas for state house and gov- 
ernor's house. App. 1854 '. 

' ' salary of inspectors of the penitentiary. App. 1853 

' ' salary of inspectors of the penitentiary. App. 1855 

' ' expenses of interest transfer and exchange agencies. App. 
1849 

' ' pi'inting paper for extra works, ordered by general assem- 
bly. App. 1855 



ABSTRACTS OF TAXABLE LANDS. 
Amount paid for abstracts of taxable lauds. App. 1855. . 
BANK COMMISSIONERS. 



Amount paid for services and mileage of Aug. C. French. App. 1853. 

" " " P. Maxwell. App. 1853 

" " " . W. B. Fondey. App. 1853.. 



$401 8S 

757 14 
333 75 

G8 00 
500 00 

20 00 

310 00 

10,009 4« 
500 00 

103 00 

1,500 00 

100 00 

200 00 

5,000 00 



$19,803 23 



$4G G4 
100 Op 
465 37 

6,11G 41 
300 00 
300 00 

6,175 54 

1,950 00 



$14,453 97 



$1,273 U 



$744 50 
1,478 20 
1,769 40 

$3,992 10 



11 



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Detailed. Statement — Continued. 



COUxXTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 

Amount paid for county agricultural societies. App. 1S55 

COMMISSIOXERS FOR TAKING THE CENSUS. 

Amount paid for taking the census for the year 1S.j5. R. S 

CONVEYING CONVICTS TO THE PENITENTIARY. 
Amount paid for conveying convicts to the penitentiary. App. 1851. . . . 
CLERKS' FEES ON LANDS. 

Amount paid for transcripts furnished assessors. App. 1853 

" lists of delinquent lands for Auditor's office. App. 1853 . . 

CANAL CLAIMS. 

Amount paid for services of commissioners. App. 1855 

" " attorney. " 

" " clerk. " 

" " sheriff. " 

" advertising. " 

COLLECTORS' FEES ON LANDS. 

Amount paid for list of delinquent lands furnish«d countv clerks. App. 
1853 ." 

CONTINGENT FUND. 

Amount paid for expenses unprovided for by law, on the order of the gov- 
ernor. App. 1853 

" for expenses unprovided for by lav/, on the order of the gov- 
ernor. App. 1855 

COMMISSIONERS TO BUILD GOVERNOR'S HOUSE. 

Aaount paid for labor and material. App. 1855 

" furniture. " 1853 

DISTRIBUTION OF THE LAWS AND JOURNALS. 

Amount paid for distribution laws and journals, se«sion 1855. ^^^p. 18-19 . . 

DEFICIENCY APPROPRIATION. 

Amount paid for repairs, furniture, fuel, printing paper, and other expenses 
incurred by secretary of state in the discharge of his 
duties. App. 1855 

FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 

Amount paid for services of sheriffs «nd others, in apprehension and deliv- 
ery of fugitives from justice. R. S 

FUND COMMISSIONER. 

Amount paid for copying records in fund commissioner's office. App. 1 854. 



?3,500 0© 



.Sie,^! 30 



S!29,091 36 



$369 79 
93 83 

8463 6T 



i?840 00 

1,000 00 

560 00 

335 00 

18 00 

82,753 00 



$66 48 

$62 (K) 
7,455 82 

S7,517 82 



?;15,967 26 
2,999 30 

S18,966 56 



S350 00 



82,464 OS 



8874 81 



|150 00 



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12 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

Amount paid for salary and expenses of state geologist and assistants in 

making geological survej' of'state. App. 1S5S 

" topographical maps. . " 

GEXERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Amount paid officers general assembly, session 1855. App. 1853 

" officers and members general assembly, session 1855 Ann' 

" 1853-5 _ _■ 

officers general assembly, session 1855. App. 1S55. ...... 

" clerk in executive office during session 1855. App. 1855. . 

*' for chaplains general assembly, session 1855. App. 1855". '. 

*' committee to visit penitentiary. App. 1855 

" for copying Uws, session 1855! App. 1849 

"■ for stationery, labor and articles furnished general assembly 

session 1855. App. 1855 .' 

II for postage of general assembly, session 1855. App. ' 18.5.5 ! ! 

for publishing laws in newspapers, sessioa 1855. App. 1855 

GOVERNOR'S HOUSE. 

Amount paid for lumber furnished and r«p:iirs of governor's house (ohl ) 
App. 1855 _ _ 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Amount paid for repairs, furniture, fuel for the legislature and stata offices, 

stationery, printing paper, and otlier expcn.?es incurred by 

secretary of state in discharge of his duties. App. 1853 

" for same. App. 1855 



INSANE HOSPITAL. 

Amount paid for expenses of insane hospital. App. 1855 

INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

Amount paid said institution for interest on school, college and seminary 

fund. App. 1838-39 f "_ 

" said institution for repairs of main building. App. 1855. 

" " lalaries and expenses. App. 1855 



INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND. 

Amount paid for salaries and expenses of said institution. App. 1855 

ILLINOIS PENITENTIARY. 

Ausount paid for building additional cells. App. 1855 

for burial placs for deceased convicts. Apjx 1855 

■t JUDGMENTS, CLERKS' AND SHERIFFS' FEES. 

Amount paid clerks and sheriffs for their costs in state suits. App. 1853. 



$10,020 01 
875 00 

$10,895 01 



$20 00 

16,086 20 
1,8(56 OO 
230 00 
100 00 
325 00 
597 70 

1,701 85 

2,479 04 

300 00 



1*24,308 79 



$11 9» 



$2,732 2.5 
5,542 70 



$G,274 95 



$60,000 00 



$4,970 26 

5,000 00 

40,000 00 



$49,970 26 



$28,000 00 



$34,700 00 
300 00 



$35,000 0» 



$110 14 



13 



E xiii ] 



Detailed Statement — Continued, 



LIQUIDATION BONDS. 

Amoimt paid state treasurer to pav interest on liquidation bonds. Aop. 
1849 ". .\. 

-MONEY REFUNDED. 

Amount refunded on lands sold in error. App. 1853 

" aocouuts overpaid by collectors. App. 1853. 

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE. 

Amount paid for postage for the office of the executive. App. 1853 

" for stationery for the office of the executive. App. 1853. . . . 

'' for telegraphic dispatches to and from the governor. App. 

1853 ■. 

" for telegraphic dispatches to and from the governor. App. 

1855 ■ 

" for postage for the office of the executive. App. 1835 

" for stationery, furniture, maps, &c., for executive office. 

App. 1855 

" for printing for office of the executive. App. 1853 

'' for ice, gas, &c., for office of the executive. App. 1855. . . . 



OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY QF STATE, 

Amount paid for postage for secretary's office. App. 1853 

" for periodicals for the secretary's office. App. 1853 

" ~ for stationery for the secretary's office. App. 1853. , 

" for stationery, books, &c., for secretary's ofSco. App 1855.. 

" for postage for secretary's off.ce. App. 1855 

" for periodicals for the secretary's office. App. 1855 

" for gas, candles, ice, &c., for the secretary's office. App. 1855 

" for iuriiiturc, repairs, &c., for the secretary's office. App. 

1855 .". 

" for printing for secretary's office. App. 1855 



OFFICE OF THE STATE TREASURER. 

Amount paid for repairs for ti-^asurer's office. App. 1853 

" for stationery for treasui'cr's office. App. 1853 

" for plan for vault for treasurer's office. App. 1853 

" for candles for treasurer's office. App. 1853 

" for postage for treasurer's office. App. 1853 

" for postage for treasurer's office. App. 1855 

" for repairs, specie boxes, &c., for treasurer's office. App. 1855 

" for stationery for treasurer's office. App. 1855 

" for candles, gas, ice, &c., for treasurer's office. App. 1855. . . 

" for printing for treasurer's office. App. 1855 

for telegraphic dispatches for treasurer's office. App. 1855. 



OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

■Amount paid for stationery for auditor's office. App. 1833 

" for furniture, &c., for auditor's office. App. 1853 

" for postage for auditor's office. App. 1853 

" for postage for auditor's office. App. 1855 

" for stationery, &c., for the auditor's office. App. 1855. 

" for furniture, &c., for the auditor's office. App. 1855. . . 



811,003 91 



?=5D5 0> 
179 rjl 



§685 16 



,^^28 12 
11 56 

117 9S 





318 84 




194 38 




80 6« 




166 00 




33 9S 


?'05O 05 




851 40 




10 00 
43 is 




410 :K 




316 96 




27 60 




93 35 




439 33 




444 50 


§1,836 79 




S7 60 




20 OS 




100 00 




15 60 




10 30 




55 n 




111 9S 




21 60 




59 41 




174 2.5 




10 05 


^592 45 






?T4 40 




20*30 




10 14 




483 SS 


. 


376 78 




133 44 



[xivj 



14 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for repairs for the auditor's officers. App. 1855 

" for caudles, gas, ice, &c., for the auditor's office. App. 1855 

" for priuting for tlie auditor's office. App. 1855 

" for subscription, plats, maps, &c., for auditor's office. App. 

1855 

" for express cliarges for auditor's office. App. 1855 

OFFICE OF THE SUPERHSTTENDEXT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

ii mount paid for stationery for office superintendent public instruction. 

App. 18.34 

" for furniture for office superintendent public instruction. 

App. 1854 

" for postage for office superintendeat public instruction. 

App. 1854 

" for. jM-iuting for office superintendent public instruction. 

App. 1854 

" for printing for office superiiteudent public instruction. 

App. 1855 

" for postage for office superintendent public instruction. 

App. 1855 

•* for stationeiy, &c., for office superintendent public instruc- 
tion. App. 1855 

PUBLIC PRINTING. 

Amount paid for printing laws, journals, reports, and current work, session 
1S55. " App. 1849 

PUBLIC BINDING. 

Amount paid for binding laws, journals and reports, session 1855. App. 
1849 

PUBLISHING NOTICES. 

Amount paid for publishing proposals for copying, printing, binding and 
distributing laws, for wood, stationery, proclamations, &c. App. 1849 

REPORTS OF THE SUPREME COURT. 

Amount paid for $1,000 volumes Peck's reports. R. S 

REDEMPTION MONEY BY MINOR HEIRS. 

Amount paid for redemption money received fiom minor heirs R. S 

SURPLUS REVENUE. 

Amount paid state treasurer to pay interest due January 1 1855 App 
1855 " ■ ■ 

STATE'S ATTORNEY'S FEES. 

Amount paid for prosecuting suits and for commissions on aaiount collected 
from delinquent collectors. App. 1849 

SUPREME COURT— FIRST DIVISION. 

Amount paid. to sheriffs for attendance on court in first division App 
1838-9 





8128 

87 

704 


56 
20 




28 
3 


40 

25 


$2 


,140 


92 




?68 


70 

• 




7 


76 




13 


00 




864 


62 




231 


^ 




240 


75 




124 


13 


$1 


,050 8t 


%11 


763 


00 



$4,668 4« 



$427 56 



$5,000 00 



f;19 SO 



820,000 00 



^238 



m 00 



^ 15 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



[XV] 



Amount paid for stationery, fuel, furniture, <Scc., in first division. App. 

1S49 

' ' for appropriation to purchase books for 1855 and 1856, 

first division. App. 1S55 

' ' for appropriation 'for building court house, first division. 
App. 1S55 • 

SUPREME COURT— SECOND DIVISION. 

Amount paid to sheriffs for attendance on court in second division. App. 

1838-9 

" for stationery, fuel, furniture, &c.. in second division. 
App. 1849 '. 

'' for appropriation to purchase books, for 1855 and 1856, 
in second division. App. 1855 

SUPREME COURT— THIRD DIVISION. 

Amount paid to sheriffs fcr attendance on court in third division. App. 

1838-9 

'* for stationery, fuel, furniture, &c., in third division. App. 

1S49 

' ' for appropriation to purchase books, for 1855 and 1856, 

ill third division. App. 1855 

SELECTING SWAMP LANDS. 

Amount paid chairman employed in selecting swamp lands. App. 1855. 

STATE ARSENAL. 

Amount paid on appropriation for building state arsenal. App. 1855- • 

STATE HOUSE. 

Amount paid for publishing proposals to joiners and plasterers. App. 
1851 

STATE HOUSE SQUARE. 

Amount paid for making fence and improving grounds around state 

house. App. 1854 

' ' for makitig fence and improving grounds around state 
house, App. 1855 

SALARIES. 

Amout;t p~iid for salary of the governor. App. 1853 • 

" 1855 

Charged to account sovernor state Illinois 

'' for salary of the secretary of state. App. 1853 

" " 1855 

'' eeretary of state for clerk hire. App. 1853 

" " " " " 1S55 

Charged to account of secretary of stale • • - 



$1,8G8 L6 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 

$12,964 56 

$336 09 

2,057 26 

1,000 00 

$3,393 26 

$400 OS 

855 79 

1,000 CO 

$2,255 79 

$5 90 

$6,983 88 



$18 OQ 

$13,600 00 

2,732 2S 

$16,332 26 



$212 50 
2,312 50 

$2,625 00 

$166 6T 

1,383 33 

125 00 

770 83 

$2,445 83 



[xvi] 



16 



BetQiled Statement — Continued. 



Amouat paid for salary of the stato treasurer. App. 1853 

'i " " " 1855 

" the State treasurer for clerk hire " 1853 

<' " " 1855 

Charged to account of th« stata treasurer 

' ' for salar}' of the auditor of public accounts. App. 1853. 
(. " " '' " 1855- 

'' the auditor for clerk hire. App. 1853 • 

" " " 1855 

Charged to account auditor public accounts 

'' for salary of superintendent public instruction App. 1854 
a a " " " " 1855 

Charged to account superintendent public instruction. . . 

' ' for salary justice, supreme court, first division. App. 1853 
^ ^ ' • ' " " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, first division supreme court. 

' ' for salary of justice, supreme court, second division. 

App. 1853 '.'."."■ 

'' for salary of justice, supreme court, second division. 

App. 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, second division supreme 
court. 

' ' for salary justice, supreme court, third division, App. 

1853 • 

' ' for salary justice, supreme court, third division. App. 

1855 

Charged to account judiciary, third division supreme court 

' ' for salary of judge, first circuit. App. 1853 

I < " " " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, first circuit '• 

" for salary of judge, second circuit. App. 1853 .••• 

< t ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1855- •. 

Charged to account judiciary, second circuit • 

• ' for salary of judge, third circuit. App. 1853 

II < ' " " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, third circuit 

' ' for sal ary of judge, fourth circuit. App. 1853 

(( " " " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, fourth circuit. 

' ' for salary of judge, fifth circuit. App. 1853 

^ < I < ' ' ' ' ' " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, fifth circuit 



$166 67 

1,233 33 

12.5 00 

925 00 



$2,450 00 



$303 95 

1,541 6G 

816 67 

4,349 GG 



$7,011 95 



$312 50 
2,437 50 



■S 2. 7.50 00 



§350 00 
2,050 00 



$2,400 00 



$250 00 
1,751 37 



S2,00l 37 



$350 00 
2.050 00 



$2,400 


00 


$458 
1,541 


34 
66 


$2,000 


oa 


$358 51 
1,707 65 


81,066 


00 


$33 

1,466 


69 

31 


$1,500 


00 


$208 31 
1,541 6S 


$1 750 


00 


$4^8 34 
1,541 66 


$2,000 


00 



17 



[ xvii ].^ 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of judge, sixth circuit. App. 1853 

" " " " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, sixth circuit 

" for salary of judge, seventh circuit. App. 1853. . . . 
" " " " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, seventh circuit 

" for salary of judge, eighth circuit. App. 1853 

" " " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, eighth circuit 

" for salary of judge, ninth circuit. App. 1853 

" " " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, ninth circuit 

** for salary of judge, tenth circuit. App. 1853 

" " " " 1865 

Charged to account judiciary, tenth circuit 

" • for salary of jiidge, eleventh circuit. App. 1853. .. . 
■" " "' " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, eleventh circuit 

■■" for salary of judge, twelfth circuit. App. 1853 

»< " " >' " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, twelfth circuit 

" for salary of judge, thirteenth circuit. App. 1853. . 

'< " " " " 1855.. 

Charged to account judiciary, thirteenth circuit. . . 

" for salary of judge, fourteenth circuit. App. 1855. . 

" " " " 1855.. 

Charged to account judiciary, fourteenth circuit. . . 

" for salary of judge, fifteenth circuit. App. 1853. . . 
" " " " " 1855 

Charged to account judiciary, fifteenth circuit. . . . . 

" for salary of judge, sixteenth circuit. App. 1853.. 

«' " ■ " " " 1855... 

Charged to account judiciary, sixteenth circuit 

" for salary of judge, seventeenth circuit. App. 1853. 

-" " " " " 1855. 

Charged to account judiciary, seventeenth circuit. . 



$236 
1,007 


34 

41 


■SI, 843 


75 


$708 
1,522 


34 
51 


$2,230 


85 


?;458 
1,541 


34 
66 


$2,000 


00 


' $458 
1,541 


34 
66 


$2,000 


00 


C<298 
1,541 


34 
06 


$1,840 


Ofi 


$425 
1,541 


93 
66 


$1,967 


59 


$408 
1,691 


34 
66 


$2,100 


00 


$458 
1,541 


34 

66 


$2,000 


00 


$458 
1,541 


34 
66 


$2,(100 


00 


$458 
1,541 


34 
66 


§2,000 


00 


$292 
1,494 


34 
26 


$1,786 


60 



$458 34 
1,541 66 



$2,000 Qm 



—2 



[ xviii ] 



18 • 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of judge, Cook county court common pleas. App. 
1853 

Charged to judiciary, Cook county court common pleas 

" for salary of judge, court common pleas of the city of Cairo. 
App. 1855 

Charged to judiciary, court of common pleas of city of Cairo. 

" for salary of recorder of the recorder's court of the city of 
Chicago. App. 1853 

Charged to account judiciary of the recorder's coin-t of the 
city of Chicago ' 



for salary state'* attorney, first circuit. App. 1853. 
u '' " " " 1855. 



Charged to account state'3 attorney, first circuib 

for salary state's attorney, second circuit. App. 1853. 

Charged to account state's attorncj', second circuit 



for salary state's attorney, third circuit. App. 1853. 
I' ' " " " 1855. 



Charged to account state's attorney, third circuit. 



for salary state's attorney, fourth circuit. App. 1853. 
" " '■ " " 1855. 



Charged to account state's attorney, fourth circuit . 

for salary state's attorney, fifth circuit. App. 1853. 

u II " " " 1855. 

Charged to account state's attorney, fifth circuit. . . 



for salary state's attorney, sixth circuit. App. 1853. 
a " " 1855. 



Charged to account state's attorney, sixth district. 



for salary state's attorney, seyenth circuit. App. 1S53. 
t' ' " " " '' 1855. 



Charged to account state's attorney, seyenth circuit. 



for salary state's attorney, eighth circuit. App. 1S53. 

" 1855. 



Charged to accomit state's attorney, eighth circuit. 



for salary state's attorney, ninth circuit. App. 1853. 
i' i< " . " 1855. 



Charged to account state's attorney, ninth circuit. . . 
,for salary state's attorney, • tentM circuit. App. 1853. 



$2,250 00 



$2,250 00 



$746 57 



$746 57 



$2,214 40 



$2,214 40 



$229 17 
770 83 

$1,000 00 



$146 
640 


50 
12 


$786 


62 


$353 
300 


33 
00 


$653 


33 


$324 
645 


17 

83 


$970 00 


$168 
770 


37 
83 


$939 


20 


$354 
645 


17 

83 


$1,000 


00 


$229 
695 


17 

83 


ft:i25 


00 


$375 
1,018 


00 
33 


$1,393 


33 


$275 
925 


00 
00 


$1 , 20C 


00 


$271 


13 



19 



[ xix ] 



General Statement — Contined. 



Amount paid for salary state's attorney, tenth circuit. App. 1855, 
Charged to account state's attorney, tenth circuit. . . 



for salary state's attorney, eleventh circuit. App. 1853. . . 

'< 1855... 



Charged to account state's attorney, eleventh circuit. 



for salary state's attorney, twelfth circuit. App. 1853. 

" " " " 1855. 

Charged to account state's attorney, twelfth circuit. . . 



for salary state's attornev, thirteenth circuit. App. 1853. . 
" " ■ " ' " 1851.. 

" " " " 1855.. 



• $737 49 


$1,008 


62 


$229 17 
770 83 


$1,000 


00 


$375 
1,050 


00 
00 


$1,425 


00 



$229 17 
3 47 

770 83 



Charged to account state's attorney, thirteenth circuit. 



for salary state's attornev, fourteenth circuit. App. 1853. . 

" " 1855.. 

Charged to account state's attorjicy, fourteenth circuit , 



for salary state's attorney, fifteenth circuit. App. 1853; . . 
" " " " " 1855... 

Charged to account state's attorney, fifteenth circuit 



for salary state's attorney, sixteenth circuit. App. 1853... 

" 1855... 

Charged to account state's attorney, sixteenth circuit 



for salary state's attorney, seventeenth circuit. App. 1853. . 
" " " 1855.. 

Charged to account state's attorney, seventeenth circuit. . . . 

for salary of the prosecuting attorney, Cook county court 
common pleas. App. 1853 

for salary of the prosecuting attorney. Cook county court 
common pleas. App. 1855 

Charged to account prosecuting attorney, Cook county court 
common pleas '. • 

for salary of the prosecuting attorney of the recorder's court 
of the city of Chicago. App. 1853 

Charged to account prosecuting attorney of the recorder's 
court of the city of Chicago 

for salary prosecutinrr attorney, court common pleas city of 
Cairo. App. 1855 

Charged to account prosecuting attorney, court common pleas 
of Cairo '• • 

for salary of the secretary of the fund commissioner. App. 
1853 



$1,003 47 


8479 
770 


17 

83 


$1,260 


00 


$104 

770 


17 

83 


$875 


00 


$229 
770 


17 

83 


$1,000 


00 


$138 
824 


17 
IS 


$962 


30 



8114 57 
322 9S 



$437 50 



8875 00 



$875 00 



$250 00 



$250 00 



$83 33 



[XX] 



20 



Detailed Statement— Conimm A. 



$1,691 66 



f 1,774 99 



$95 00 
846 00 



$941 00 



Amount paid for salary of the secretary of the fund commissioner. App. 
1855 

Charged to account secretary of the fund commissioner 

for salary of the porter of the state house. App. 1853 

I, K II " " •' 1855 

Charged to account porter of the state house 

" for salary of the adjutant general. R. S 

Charged to account of militia of Illinois 

SPECIAL FUNDS. 

Amount of warrants issued for -pro rata payments on state indebtedness, out 1 ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ 

of state debt fund • '" ' oc\(\ >iq 

" of warrants issued for over-payments on collectors accounts | ^^^ 

^908,841 83 



$150 00 



$150 00 



Amount of warrants issued for state debt fund 

of warrants issued for payment of interest on state indebtedness, 

out of interest fund 

of warrants issued for over-payment on collectors accounts 



Amount of warrants issued for interest fund *> 

of warrants issued to the Illinois state hospital for the insane, out 
of the insane hospital fund • 

of warrants issued for over-payments on collectors accounts 

of warrants issued for insane hospital fund to transfer to revenue 
fund 

Amount of warrants issued for insane hospital fund 

• of warrants issued to the Illinois institution for the education of 

the blind, out of the fund for the blmd • 

of warrants issued for over-payments on collectors accounts 

of warrants issued for fund for the blind to transfer to revenue 
fund 



$090,314 06 
733 17 



$691,047 23 



$10,000 00 
34 53 

8,500 OS 



$18,534 56 



Amount of warrants issued for fund for the blind 

of warrants issued to collectors for over-payment of state school 
fund in their accounts 



Amount of warrants issued for state school fund 

of warrants issued on the order of the governor for the fund re- 
ceived for the sales of state lands, to purchase state mdebted- 

of wTrmnts 'issued" oiVtbc order of the state treasurer to pay in- 
terest on state indebtedness on the January, 1855, installment 

of warrant issued on the order of the state treasurer to repay m- 
terest fund, used in payment of January, 1855, installment ot 
interest 

Amount of warrants issued for state land fund 



$4,000 00 
10 36 

429 31 



$4,439 67 



$85,076 43 



$85,076 43 



of warrants issued on the order of the state treasurer to pay for 
state indebtedness purchased with Central railroad tund 



$36,278 79 
62,600 39 

62,000 00 



$160,879 18 



1,414 51 



21 



[xxi] 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 





S56 


414 


51 




paid 




Amount of warrants issued to collectors, county delinquent land tax, 


.$" 


319 


U 










%?> 


319 


IS 








Total 


§2,458 


112 


57 









[ xxii ] 



22 
No. 4. 



A STATEMEJVT of warrants drawn upon the treasury, on ac- 
count of the contingent fund, jrom the \st day of December, 1S54, 
to the Xst day of December, 1856. 




1854, Dec. 22 

1855, FebruarylS 

" 15 
19 

" I'J 
21 



March 



April 



May 



23 



23 



23 



23 



24 



27 



15 



22 



To Enoch Moore, for Quincy Whig furnished members gen- 
eral nssembly, session 1854 

To P. V. llaniilton, for his services ten days in reading and 
comparing bill in executive's office, session 1855 

To G. & J. Avery, for Ottawa Free Trader furnished members 
general assembly, session 1854 

To Ricliards & Smith, for Daily Enterprise furnished members 
general assembly, session 1855 

To E. L. Baker & Co., for Daily Telegraph furnished members 
general assembly, session 1855 

To Cook, Cameron & Sheahan, for Daily Times furnished 
members house representatives, session 1855 

To Cook, Cameron & Sheahan, for Daily Times furnished 
members senate, session 1855 

To C. H. Ray, for liis services as assistant clerk house repre- 
sentatives eight days after adjournment, session 1855. . . . 

To J. W. Kitchcll, for his services as assistant clerk house 
represcTitatives eight days after adjournment, session 1855 

To E. T. Bridges, for his services as clerk house representa- 
tives eight days after adjournment, session 1855 

To T. A. Stewart, for services for assistant clerk of house 
representatives two days, during session 1855 

To C. Beckwith, for his services as assistant clerk house rep- 
resentatives two days, during session 1855 

To E. T. Bridges, for La Salle Watchman furnished members 
general assembly, session 1855 

To J. J. Coliard, for his services as assistant clerk house rep- 
resentatives four days, during session 1855 

To George T. Brown, for Daily Courier furnished menibers 
general assembly, session 1855 

To S. & A. Francis, for Daily Journal furnished members of 
the senate, session 1855 

To Lanphier & Vv^ilker, for Daily Register furnished members 
general assembly, session 1855 

To S. & A. Francis, for Daily Journal furnished members 
house representatives, session 1855 

To M. H. Abbott, for Pittsiield Union furnished members 
general assembly 

To Chambers & Knapp, for Daily Republican furnished mem- 
bers general assembly, session 1855 

To John Wentworth, for Daily Democrat furnished members 
general assembly, special session 1854 

To John Wentworth, for Daily Democrat furnished membei-s 
general assembly, session 1855 

To H. Baernstein, for Anzeiger des Westens furnished mem- 
bers general assembly, session 1855. 

To Wm. M. Avise & Co., for Quincy Herald furnished mem- 
bers house representatives, session 1855 

To Wm. M. Avise & Co., for Quincy Herald for members of 
the senate, session 1855 

To E. R. Smith, for his services as assistant clerk house of 
representatives four days, during session 1855 

To Scripps, Bross & Spears, for Daily Press furnished mem- 
bers general assembly, during session 1855 



23 



[ xxiii j 



Statement — Continued. 



Date. 



1855, May 


31 


June 


19 


July 


11 


" 


19 


» 


24 


Sept. 


14 


u 


.11 


" 


25 


October 


•i 


1856, January 


8 


May 


2 


4( 


21 


" 


24 



July 



August 12 
18 



October "7 
Nov. 4 



To whom issued, and on what account. 



To Enoch Moore, for flag for world's fair in New York, in 
1853, with state arms on it 

To S. Wliiteley, for Aurora Guardian furnished members gen- 
eral assembly, session 1855 

To X. C. Gcer, for Waukegan Gazette furnished members 
general assembly, session 1855 

To F. Thwing, for Chicago Tribune furnished members gen- 
oral assembly, session 1855 

To R. L. & C. L. Wilson & Co., for Chicago Journal furnish- 
ed menibei's general assembly, session 1855 

To Isaac R. Diller, P. M., for postage on 30,000 copies of the 
school law 

To R. E. Goodell, for Joliot Signal furnished members gen- 
eral assembly, session 1853 

To Enoch Moore, to defray debt in part made by construc- 
tion of governor's house 

To W. B. Scates, for his services in procuring title to swamp 
lands 

To John Moore, for contingent fund to be used in completing 
governor's house 

To Wm. H. Carlin, for his fees as witness before commis- 
sioner to settle canal claims 

To Leggot & Britt, for repairing plastering 

To Ben. Graham, for expenses in going to Washington on 
swamp land business 

To Enoch Moore, for defraying expenses at Washington, in 
establishing title to swamp lands ' 

To John Cunningham, for work and materials for governor's 
house 

To Wm. H. Butler, for. whitewashing done at governor's house 

To John Kavanaugh, for twenty joints six-inch pipe furnished 
, at governor's house 

To Hal. Riley, agent, for freight on carpet and other articles 
for governor's house 

To Wm. H. Miller, for telegraphic dispatches to and from 
Gov. Matteson 

To Wm. H. Miller, for telegraphic dispatches to and from 
Gov. Matteson 

Total 



Amount. 

$30 00 

5 00 

12 00 

114 00 

30 00' 

300 00 

10 00 

1,500 00 

200 00 

2,500 00 

40 00 
2 25 

200 00 

325 00 



8 


SO 


8 


00 


6 


00 


59 


46 


55 


70 


20 


86 


517 82 



[ xxiv ] 



24 
No. 5. 



STt^TEMEJVT of the amount of warrants outstanding on the. first 
day of December, 1854, and the amount outstanding December 1, 
1856. 



Amount of warrants outstamling December 1, 1854 

" " issued from December 1, 1854, to December 1, 185G. . 

Total , 

Amount of warrants received into the treasury, canceled and deposited in 
the Auditor's office, from 1st December, 1854, to the 1st December, 
1856 

Totalamount of revenue fund warrants outstanding Dec. 1, 1856, $2,080 00( 
" state debt fund " " Dec. 1, 1856, 21 S'Zf 



$S,53'7 41 
2,458,112 57 



$!2,461,449 98 



2,459,348 61 



i.lOl ST 



No. 6. 
R EDEMP TIOJV MOJVE Y. 

Amount of redemption money received from minor heirs in the treasury, De- 
cember 1, 1854 

Amount paid into the treasury from December 1, 1854, to December 1', 1856.. . 

Total 

Amount paid out from the 1st December, 1854, to the 1st December, 1856 

Balance in the treasury December 1, 1856 



$1,002 15 
15 52 



$1,017 67 
19 50 



$998 17 



25 

No. 7. 



[ XXV ] 



STATEMEJYT showivg the condition of the school, college and sem- 
inary funds, on the \st day of December, 1856, including the amount 
received since the \st of December, 1854. 



1856, December 1 

" 1 

1854, December 1 

June 29 

1855, December 1 

1856, August 7 

1854, December 1 
June 29 

1855, December 1 
1656, August 7 
, December 1 



Amount of surplus revenue credited 
to the school fund 

" of seminary fund 

" of 3 per cent, fund, credited 
to the school fund, as per 
Auditor's report, this date 

" of 3 per cent, fund, credited 
to the school fund, this 
day* 

♦' of 3 per cent, fund, credited 
to the school fund, this 
day 

" of 3 per cent, fund, credited 
to the school fund, this 
day 

" of 3 per cent, fimd, credited 
to the college fund, as per 
Auditor's report, this date 

" of 8 per cent, fund, credited 
to the college fund, this 
day* 

" of 3 per cent, fund, credited 
to the college fund, this 
day 

" of 3 per cent, fund, credited 
to the college fund, this 

day.... 

Total amount of school, college and 
seminary fund, this day. 



8407,795 72 



29,438 74 



83,034 05 



18,856 58 



93,543 05 



5,887 75 



6,606 81 



3,771 32 



$335,r>92 32 
59,838 72 



549,125 09 



109,808 9.S 



§1,054,365 06 



*• NoTF —The statement of the amount received June 29th, 1854, was not filed in tiiift 
office until after December 1st, 1854, and hence that sum was omitted in last report. 



[xxvi] 



26 . 

No. 8. 



A STjITEMEA T of the amount of state hond^ and scrip purchased 
by the. gooernor and deposited in the Treasurer'' s office, as provided 
fur by an act concerning the public debt, approved February 12, 
1849, showing the amount paid for said state indebtedness, and the 
amount of the three per cent. Jund received from the general gov- 
ernment, and placed in the hands (f the executive, for the purpose 
of purchasing state indebtedness, from the \st of December, 1854, 
to the \st of December, 1856. 



DR. 



1854, Dec. 1 
June 29 

1855, Dec. 1 

1856, Aug. 7 



To amount of three per cent, fund on hand 
To amount of three per cent, fund received 
To amount of three per cent, fund received 
To amount of three per cent, fund received 



$5,255 30 
35,326 49 
39,640 8(3 
22,627 90 



$102,850 55 



CR. 



1855, October 6 

" 6 
" 6 

Nov. 3 



1856, Feb. 20 

S 

" 20 

20 

" 20 

" 20 

" 20 



By 25 Illinois and Michigan canal sterling 
bonds, of £225 each, No. 1009, 1090 to 
1101 inclusive, 1114 to 1125 inclusive, 
amounting to the sum 6i $27,000 prin- 
cipal and 818,974 interest due 

By canal scrip, No. not reported. Princi- 
pal .$61 50, interest .$48 00 

By Illinois and Michigan cnnal strip, No. 
2761, 2763, 2758, 2768, 2306, for $100 
each, and §93 interest due on each. . . 

By unregistered Illinois and Michigan ca- 
nal bond, 1847, No. 110 for $1000 prin- 
cipal and $348 interest due 

By Illinois and Michigan sterling bond, 
1839, No. 1116, £225, and $758 96 in- 
terest due 

By Illinois new internal improvement in- 
terest bonds. No. 304, 1172, 1173, 
1350, 2555, amounting to $2,987 52 
principal and §2,987 52 interest 

By Illinois new internal impiovement 
bonds. No. 649, 650, 651, 652, 653, 
4509 to 4518, inclusive, with principal 
due amounting to $5,952 30 principal 
and $3,006 40 interest due 

By Illinois new internal improvement 
bonds. No. 3338 to 3343, inclusive, 
3652, 8653,590 with $6,130 15 prin- 
cipal due, and $1,181 70 interest due 

By new internal improvement bonds. No. 
1765, 1766, 763, $1000 each 

By Illinois and Michigan canal scrip. No. 
1440, $100 principal, $91 50 . interest 

By Illinois and Michigan canal stock, no 
No., $289 72 principal, $186 72 interest 

By Illinois and Michigan canal scrip. No. 
1198, 3130, $100 each, $91 interest on 
each 



$30 


375 


00 




61 


50 




530 


00 




975 


00 


1 


200 


00 


2 


091 


26 


7 


625 


20 


6 


,986 


70 


S 


,157 


60 




105 


00 




260 


75 




220 


00 



27 



[xxvii] 



Statement — Continued. 



1856, Feb. 20 
April 20 



Oct. 



By Illinois and Michigan canal scrip, No. 

defaced, $100 principal, $91 interest. . 

By new internal imp't interest bonds. No. 

2504 and 2511, $1,002 64 principal. . 

By internal improvement scrip, No. 5902, 

|263 51 principal, $253 03 interest. . 

By new internal improvement interest 

bondsNo. 1111,1112, 1272, 1273,2601, 

$3,276 04 principal 

By Illinois and Michigan canal scrip, Vo. 8, 
9, 11, 19, 22, 36, 55, 56, 64, 65, 84, 95, 
107, 109, 117, 131, 132, 141, 142, 143, 
150, 151, 158, 160, 161, 162, 166, 167, 
181, 183, 227, 233, 241, 248, 251, 263, 
270, 274, 307, 312, 322, 324, 332, 333, 
334, 337, 343, 346, 361, 362, 366, 372, 
375, 395, 402, 414, 418, 421, 422, 426, 
435, 436, 438, 440, 494, 505, 510, 532, 
536, 653, 564, 565, 569, 574, 578, 679, 
599, 621, 626, 631, 636, 639, 641, 659, 
672, 674, 675, 683, 702, 735, 736, 770, 
781, 794, 815, 822, 827, 844, 859, 861, 
866, 867, 873, 889, 898, 901, 904, 922, 
942, 943, 950, 956, 983, 990, 1028, 
1051, 1057, 1067, 1118, 1125, 1130, 
1138, 1142, 1162, 1170, 1178, 1183, 
1186, 1190, 1192, 1208, 1209, 1210,. 
1227, 1230, 1236, 1248, 1257, 1262, 
1270, 1271, 1273, 1274, 1289, 1290, 
1386, 1391, 1400, 1407, 1408, 1409, 
1410, 1414, 1419, 1483, 1514, 1515, 
1517, 1533, 1536, 1545, 1551, 1559, 
1565, 1567, 1582, 1593, 1611, 1634, 
1639, 1654, 1683, 1684, 1700, 1723, 
1729, 1736, 1741, 1747, 1773, 1785, 
1798, 1801, 1805, 1812, 1819, 
1826, 1827, 1845, 1873, 1880, 1886 
1894, 1930, 1937, 1945, 1969, 1972, 
1975, 1984, 1988, 1992, 2041, 2104, 
2113, 2125, 2126, 2137, 2139, 2144, 
2198, 2211, 2215, 2220, 2226, 2232, 
2251, 2252, 2268, 2272, 2274, 2280, 
2283, 2333, 2339, 2346, 2350, 2355, 
2375, 2385, 2397, 2407, 2430, 2457, 
2487, 2496, 2512, 2528, 2531, 2559, 
2562, 2622, 2623, 2624, 2625, 2652, 
2668, 2669, 2671, 2685, 2690, 2702, 
2707, 2737, 2747, 2749, 2764, 2796, 
2799, 2800, 2805, 2837, 2843, 2852, 
2855, 2858, 2862, 2873, 2877, 2896, 
2923, 2929, 2951, 2953, 2979, 2987, 
2995, 2999, 3002, 3004, 3009, 3012, 
3029, 3031, 3034, 3036, 3038, 3042, 
3048, 3049, 3059, 3062, S0S3, 8071, 
3086, 3087, 3088, 3108, Sill, 3115, 
3120, 31.59, 3162, 3168, 3169, 3183, 
3194, 3203, 3212, 3213, 3217, 3221, 
3226, 3232, 3235, 3238, 3246, 3256, 
3265, 3275, 3276, 3277, 3278, 3279, 
3302, 3305, 3306, 3307, 3309, 3320, 
3341, 3348, 3366, 3373, 3376, 3380, 
3384, 3410, 3417, 3427, 3429, 
3437, 3440, 3442, 3449, 3450, 3468, 



$110 00- 
751 98 



276 75 



2,555 31 



[xxviii] 



28 



Statement — Continued. 



] 856, Dec. 



3495, S499, 3751, 3*753, 3'/80, 3828, 
3830, 3854, 3855, 3861, 3865, 3869, 
3880, 3886, 3888, 3890, 3891, for 
$100 each, principal amounting to 
$36,400, and §98 50 interest on each, 
amounting to $35,854. Total principal 
and interest, $72,254 

Balance of three per cent, fund in hands 
of governor 



15,500 00 



$102,781 96 



$68 60 



29 



[xxix] 



No. 9. 

*^ STATEMEJSTT showing the warrants issued on the order of the 
Governor, for state landjunds, and the state bonds and scrip pur- 
chased by the Governor therewith, canceled and delivered to ike 
Jiuditor. 



DR. 



Date of Warrant. 



1854, Dec. 

1855, Jan. 

Feb. 



1 

7 

1 

8 

31 

1 

7 

13 

14 



To whon;i issued. 



Balance in hands of governor unaccounted for. 

Enoch Moore 

William Carpenter 

N. H. Ridgcly 

John Moore 

Enoch Moore 

Enoch Moore 

John H. Adams 

Enoch Moore 

Total 



Amount. 



$18(5,812 13 

12,000 00 

117 00 

7,000 00 

375 98 

420 00 

7,000 00 

109 00 

9,256 81 



$223,090 92 



CR. 



When delivered 
to Auditor. 



1855, January 16 
'« 16 

" 16 
16 

" 16 
16 
10 
16 

.16 

61 



From whom purchased, description of stock, &c. 



From S. Boon, Illinois and Michigan canal indebted- 
ness, Xo. 307, 440, 193, 6100 principal and §71 in- 
terest due on each. Governor paid $100 per scrip 

From Bacon, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip 

No. 1920, 1926, 1929, 1971, for $100 each, with 
$84 interest on each. Governor paid $105 per 
scrip 

From , Illinois and Michigan canal scrip, No. 

2092, 6100 principal, |S4 interest 

From S. Boon, Illinois and Michigan canal bonds. No. 
808, 809, 810, 811, 812, $1,000 each, $270 interest 
due on each. Governor paid $870 per bond 

From Thomas Lewis, internal improvement scrip, No. 
3031 B., $100 principal, $89 interest ". 

From 0. F. Lowe, Illinois and Michigan canal bond, No. 
817, $1,000 principal, $270 interest 

From A. B. Safibrd, Illinois and Michigan canal bond, 
No. 819, $1,000 principal, $270 interest 

From Thomas Morrell, new internal improvement stock. 
No. 8, 397, 2754, 2755, 3016, principal $1,000 each, 
with $318 interest due on each. Governor paid 
$900 per bond 

From Caleb Jones, new internal improvement bonds, 
No. 3017, 4824, 4826, 4827, 4828, for $1,000, with 
$318 interest due on each. Governor paid $900 
per bond 

From Caleb Jones, new internal improvement interest 
bond, No. 1306, principal $658 54 



Amount. 



$300 00 





420 


00 




105 


GO 


4 


,350 


00 




105 


00 




870 00 




870 00 



4,500 00 

4,500 00 
408 29 



[xxs'J 



30 



Statement — Continued. 



CR. 




1855, January 16 



16 



IG 



IG 



16 



16 



16 



16 



16 



16 



From Henry Smith, new internal improvement interest 
■ bonds, No. 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 921, 922, 923, 927, 
928, 943, 944, 945, 2169, 2532, 2538, total princi- 
pal 113,769 76 

From H. A. Kent, Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, 
No. 132, 157, 225, 227, 22S, 229, 230, 617, 674, 

, 701, 702, 716, 717, 718, 804, 805, principal §1,000 
each, interest $270 on each. Governor paid $880 
for each bond 

From Thomas Morrell, new internal improvement 
stock. No. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 2702, 4825, for 
$1,000 each, with $318 interest due on each. Gov- 
ernor paid $900 for each bond * 

From W. F. Boyle, Illinois and Michigan canal sterling 
bonds. No. 181, 307, 884", 1057, 1070, 1080, 1081, 
1089, 1096, principal $1,080 each, interest on each 
$663 88. Governor paid $1,188 per bond 

From Wadsworth & Sheldon, new internal improve- 
ment interest bond, No. 2545, $607 principal 

From Wadsworth & Sheldon, new internal improve- 
ment bonds, No. 1095, 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, 1806, 
$825 principal and $318 mtcrest due on each. Gov- 
ernor p;iid $768 75 per bond 

From E. W. Clark & Co., new internal improvement 
bond, No. 995, principal $1,000, interest $318 

From J. Castaidicck, new internal improvement bonds, 
No. 2094, 2095, principal $1,000, and interest $318" 
on each. Governor paid $900 per bond 

From 0. F. Lowe, new internal improvement bond, 
No. 5499, principal $1,000, interest $318 

From Wadsworth & Sheldon, new internal improve- 
ment bond. No. 5775, principal $1,315 77, interest 
$418 41 

And No. 6777, principal $1,800, interest $572 40 ,. 

From A. E. Masters, Illinois and Michigan canal bonds. 
No. 16, 28, 57, 70, 83, 86, 96, 105, 106, 111, 144, 
765, 1101, principal $1,000, and interest $630, due 
on each. Governor paid per bond $1,100 

From E. W. Clark, Dodge & Co., new internal im- 
■ provcment bonds, No. 37, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 
259, 200, 261, 262, 263, 264, 355, 574, 749, 750, 
751, 752, 753, 786, 787, 788, 789, 790, 879, 880, 
881, 882, 883, 884, 885, 886, SS7, 888, 889, 1013, 
1729, 1734, 2563, 2872, 2873, 2874, 2875, 2876, 
2877, 2878, 2879, 2880, 2881, 2882, 2883, 2884, 
20S3, 2984, 2985, 2986, 3103, 3164, 3165, 3166, 
3167, 3168, 3169, 3170, 3171, 3172, 3173, 3174, 
3175, 3176, 3177, 3178, 3179, 3180, 3181, 3182, 
3183, 3184, 3185, 3186, 3187, 3188, 3189, 3190, 
3191, 3192, 32119, 8289, 35S2, 3583, 3584, 358.5, 
4297, 4298, 4299, 4300, 4301, 4302, 4372, 4570, 
4657, 4G58, 4659, .4060, 4661, 4679, 4810, 4811, 
4812,- 4814, 4815, 4816, 4913, 4928, 4929, 4930, 
4931, 4932, 4933, 4934, 4935, 4936, 4937, 4938, 
4939, 4940, 4941, 4942, 4.9-13, 4944, 4945, 4946, 
4947, 4948, 4949, 4950, 4951, 4952, 4953, 4954, 
4955, 4956, 4957, 4958, 4959, 4960, 5082, 5033, 



$8,537 35 

14,080 00 

7,200 00 

10,692 00 
376 S4 

4,682 60 
900 00 

1,800 00 
900 00 



1,184 19 
1,620 00 



14,300 0* 



31 



[ xxxi ] 



Statement — Continued. 



CR. 



When delivered 
to Auditor. 



1R55, January IC 
17 

17 
17 



I SGtJ, April SO 

30 
SO 

" 30 

" SO 

SO 

November 1 

1 



From whom purchased, description of stocks, &c. 



5034, 50S5, 5036, 5041, 5042, 5043, 5044, 5045, 
5046, 507G, 5242, 5243, 5244, 5245, 524G, 5251, 
5252, 5253, 5254, 5255, 5346, 5538, principal 
.■piei 17, and interest §5208 10, due on each. Gov- 
ernor paid $206 18 per bond 

From Wm. Carpenter, 

Int. imp. scrip Xo. 3876 A, prin. ^10 48, int. $68 32 
407 B, " 10 48, " 67"82- 
" 3969 B, " 10 48, " ■ 67 47 

From John Moore, 

Int imp. scrip No. 5905, prin. $146 39, int. $122 10 

" 442 A, " 100 00, " 84 90 

" 5338 A, " 100 CO, " 84 40 

From John Moore, new internal improvement bond, 

No. 5770, principal $1,183 47, interest $426 05. . . 

From John Moore, new internal improvement interest 

bond, No. 2510, principal $515 32 

From N. II. Ridt^ely, canaT scrip and indebtedness. 

No. 58, principal $100 00, interest $93 00. . 

" 142, " 100 00, " 93 00 

'• 145, " loo 00, " 93 00 

" 231, " 100 00, " 93 00 

" 3557, " 154 00, " 135 52 

" . 188, " 2 50, " 1 91 

" 452, " 100, " 76..... .. 

" -850, " 100, " 76 

" 1164, " 100, " 76....... 

From John Moore, 

Int. imp. scrip No. 618, prin. $39 68, int. $74 25. . . 

2294, A, " 100 00, " 88 35... 

4859 B, " 100 00, " 84 50... 

From John Moore, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip. 

No. 2151, principal $100, interest $89 

From James Thurston, Illinois and Michigan canal 
, scrip, No. 1500, 1518, 1528, principal $loO, and in- 
terest $89 00, due on each. Governor paid $105 

per scrip. 

I'rom James Thurston, canal indebtedness, order on 
Branch State Bank, Chicago, No. 318, princinal 

$100, interest $94 ..\ . 

From J. H. Adams, internal improvement scrip, No. 

4285 B, principal $100, interest $86 

From James Barnes," Illinois and Michigan canal scrip, 

No. 1534, principal $100, interest $89 75 

From V. C. Turner, internal improvement scrip, prin- 
cipal $198 66, interest $114 24 

From Peter 0. Strang, Illinois and Michigan canal 
scrip. No. 1, 53, 97^215, 351, S84, 398, 4i)4, 415, 
493, 650, 652, 658, 71.5, 717, 734, 755, 786, 806, 
819, 843, 878, 938, 1071, 1157, 1179, 1243, 1255, 
1439, 1530, 1538, l.")42, 15C2, 1000, 10j9, 1681, 
•l71o, 1948, 1959, 2202, 2203, 2218, 2363, 2376, 
21.90, 2001, 2603, 2647, 2056,-2780,2816,2961, 
3084, 3145,' 3186, 3257, 3315, 3338, 3454, 3461, for 
$100 principal and $98 50 interest each. Govern- 
or paid $125 per scrip. No. 3608, 3044, 3656, 3755, 
3775, 3670, 3778, 3783, 3796, 3797, for $150 princi- 



Amount. 



$35,0§2 25 



39 


31 


39 


29 


S9 


29 


153 


71 


105 


00 


105 


00 



1,065 12 
319 50 



110 


00 


110 


00 


110 


00 


110 


00 


169 


40 


2 


7S 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


10 


55 


98 


106 


67 


106 


66 



106 67 

315 00 

105 00 
109 00 
109 CO 
198 66 



Y xxxii ] 



32 



Statement — Continued. 



CR. 



When, delivered 
to Auditor. 



From whom purchased, description of stock, &c. 



Amount. 



1856, November 1 
" 1 

27 



1865, Dec. 
J 856, Nov. 



29 



11 
29 



pal and $14*7 75 interest each. Governor paid 
$187 50 per scrip. No. 3665 for $158 56 principal, 
S98 50 interest, and No. 3817 for $199 principal, 
$257 56 thrown in. Governor paid $125 

From AVm. N. Marsh, Illinois and Michigan canal scrip. 
No. 1726, $100 principal, $98 50 interest 

From Wm. N. Marsh, canal indebtedness, 90 days' 
check, $100 principal, $102 interest 

From James C. Shumwaj', interest certificates Illinois 
and Michigan canal stock. No. 6, 7, 38, 42, 48, 50, 
54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 70, 79, 81, 87, 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 
96, 99, 115, 116, 119, 121, 122, 12-3, 124, 126, 127, 
130, 131, 154, 165, 189, 192, 193, 194, 195, 
196, 197, 205, 206, 210, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 
225, 226, 227, 230, 243, 244, 251, 253, 254, 255, 
259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 269, 270, 276, 282, 
283, 295, 301, 303, .304, 305, 306, 307, 309, 320, 
322, 332, 336, 337, 339, 340, 341, 342, 350, 351, 
356, 357, 376, 390, 391, 392, 394, 396, 401, 402, 
409, 414, 419, 420, 421, 423, 434, 435, 436, 439, 
442, 468, 469, 481, 484, 500, 502, 503, 504, 512, 
514, 516, 520, 537, 552, 565, 572, 573, 574, 581, 
592, 600, 602, 616, 618, G24, 626, 629, 632, 633, 
635, 650, 670, 671, 672, 678, 722, 724, 725, 726, 
727, 728, 729, 732, 734, 764, 766, 767, 778, 779, 
780, 781, 793, 800, 801, 804, 805, 806, 807, 808, 
815, 823, 824, 825, 826, 827, 828, 829, 830, 831, 
832, 837, 838, 839, 840, 860, 866, 867, 871, 880, 
882, 883, 889, 902, 911, 920, 922, 928, 929, 933, 
940, 941, 942, 948, 980, 983, 996, 999, 1000, 1001, 
1002, 1003, 1009, 1012, 1015, 1016, 1031, 1047, 
1048, 1086, 1093, 1095, 1097, amounting to $33,- 
082 01. Governor paid 70 cents on the dollar 

From Philip Farnsworth, Illinois and Michigan canal 
bonds. No. 868, 869, 870, 871, 872, 873, 874, 875, 
876, prmcipal $1,000, interest $333 due on each. 
Governor paid $1,050 per bond 

By amount paid into the state treasury this day 

Bv amount paid into the state treasury this day 

Total 



»,500 00 
100 00 
100 00 



23,167 'JO 



9,450 00 

4,350 .56 

55,055 84 

$223,090 Si 



33 

No. 10. 



[ xxxiii ] 



A STATEMEJVT showing the state bonds purchased by the Treas- 
urer of the state of Illinois, canceled and deposited with the Audi- 
tor of public accounts^ and paid Jor out oj the Central railroad 
fund. 



Whan delivered! 
to Auditor. I 

1866, Nov. ID 

19 
19 
19 

19 
19 

19 

39 



From whom purchased, description of stock, &:c. 



19 



From llobert Pringic, new internal improvement bond. 
No. 806, 807, 808, principal $050 each. Treasurer 
paid §786 09 per bond, No. 5902 for $1200, paid?l,br,9 

From N. B. Harwell, new internal improvement bond, No. 
019, principal $1,000 

From Taylor & Co., new internal improvement bond, No. 
2011. Principal Sl,968 49 

From Hollingner & Co., new internal improvement bond, 
No. 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308,- 309, 310, 311, 312. 
Principal $1,000 each. Paid §1,135 per bond 

From Morgan & Co., new internal improvement bond. No. 
5903. Principal $1,600 

From A. 11. Simmon?, new internal improvement bond. 
No. 5759, 5760, 5761. Principal $1,000 each. Paid 
.^1,127 50 per bond 

From Wood & Abbott, new internal improvement bond. 
No. 2250, 2251. Principal §660 each. Paid §779 50 
each, and No. 2252, principal $998 80. Paid 1,179 60 

From J. C. Smith, attornev, new internal improvement 
bond, No. 602, 603, 604', 605, 606, 3630, 3631, princi- 
pal §257 93 each. Paid $482 62 each. No. 1791, 
1792, 1793, 1794, 1795, for $396 82 each. Principal 
paid $624 53 each. No. 5149, 5150, 4687, 5570, 5571, 
5572, principal $650 each. Paid $851 98 each. No. 
57G4, principal $555 55. Paid $874 34 

From C. Livingston, now internal improvement bond, No. 
3124, 3196, 3197, 3198, 3199, princiiJal $050 each. 
Paid $851 98 each. No. 229, 1105, 1106, principal 
$170 23 each. Paid $381 48 each. No. 563, 564, 
565, 4240, 4241, 4242, 4731, principal $650 each. Paid 
$851 98 each. No. 3200, 4733, 4817, 4818, principal 
$650 each. Paid $851 97 each 

From J. C. Smith, attorney, Illinois and Michigan canal 
bond. No. 342, 454, $l",000 each. Paid $902 50 each 

From Lucius W. Sheldon, Illinois and Michigan canal bond 
No. 835 for $1,000 

Paid for express charges and exchange 

Amount of warrant issued to John Moore, state treasurer, 
this day 



Amount paid. 



$3,717 it 
1,132 80 
2,234 as 

11,330 00 
l.Slfi 00 

8,382 00 

2,738 M 



12,487 ?1 



14,776 0« 

1,805 0« 

862 B© 
112 6t 



156,414 01 



~3 



[ xxxir ] 



34 



No. 11. 

STJlTEMEJfT sJ) owing the amount of inferest on the school, college and semi- 
nary fiind, disfributed on the 1st of January, 1S55 and 1856, for ih". years 
1854 and 1855, and the amoxint of school tax fund distributed for the year 
1855, to the several counties. 



Name of County. 



Adams 

Alexander. . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown • . . . . 

Bureau 

Calhoun. . . . 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . 
Christian. . . 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. . . 
Cumberland. 

DeKalb 

De Witt. . . . 
Du Page. . . 

Kdgar 

Edwards.. . . 
Effingham . . 
Fayette. . . . 
Franklin.. . . 

Fulton 

Gallatin. . . . 
Greene .... 

Grundy 

Hamilton. . . 
Hancock. . . . 
Hardin. . . . . 
Henderson. . 

Henry 

Iroquois. . . . 
Jackson. . . . 

Jasper 

Jeftcrson . . 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess. . 
Johnson. . . . 

Kane 

Kiinkakce . . 

Kcnilall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle.... 
Lawrence . . 

Lee 

Livingston. . 
Lo<!;uu 



Orders, 18.j4. 



Orders for 1855. 



Interest. 



$1 



,685 
160 
410 
456 
486 
ri55 
190 
287 
454 
177 
214 
C59 
298 
328 
650 

,376 
492 
264 
472 
346 
552 
70G 
246 
256 
564 
406 

,477 
364 
779 
182 
460 
972 
ISS 
296 
242 
243 
410 
207 
575 
466 

,162 
27fi 

,012 
295 
463 
866 
872 

,067 
401 

3;;o 

101 
848 



Interest. 


T 


ax. 


Total. 

■ 


$1,553 33 


,513,804 26 


$15,359 59 


126 91 


1 


700 36 


1 


827 27 


366 34 


3 


914 35 


4 


280 69 


494 34 


4 


477 44 


4 


971 78 


399 62 


o 


848 42 


4 


248 04 


852 91 


9 


065 97 


9 


918 88 


165 03 


2 


070 26 


2 


235 29 


352 55 


4 


064 88 


4 


417 43 


408 73 


4 


212 41 


4 


621 14 


291 60 


5 


677 54 


5 


069 14 


292 36 


4 


599 54 


4 


891 90 


690 64 


6 


Gil 73 


7 


332 37 


350 54 


4 


130 64 


4 


481 18 


311 42 


3 


934 93 


4 


246 35 


733 36 


8 


467 34 


9 


200 70 


3,689 11 


29 


185 02 


32 


874 13 


508 47 


5 


109 15 


5 


617 62 


313 09 


3 


442 96 


3 


756 05 


578 44 


6 


365 92 


6 


944 38 


414 00 


4 


343 20 


4 


757 20 


569 58 


5 


181 27 


5 


750 86 


655 69 


6 


840 96 


7 


496 65 


226 31 


2 


416 26 


2 


642 57 


312 34 


3 


930 44 


4 


242 78 


477 37 


5 


924 62 


6 


401 99 


367 10 


4 


078 98 


4 


416 08 


1,352 18 


12 


574 15 


13 


926 33 


310 25 


3 


336 26 


3 


646 51 


620 75 


6 


290 25 


6 


911 00 


303 81 


3 


675 58 


3 


979 39 


374 96 


4 


1C6 18 


4 


541 14 


1,022 54 


9 


903 79 


10 


926 33 


200 90 


2 


033 20 


2 


234 10 


321 76 


3 


633 79 


3 


955 57 


405 14 


5 


S14 11 


6 


219 25 


318 27 


6 


312 05 


6 


630 32 


378 47 


4 


737 63 


5 


116 10 


358 07 


4 


320 58 


4 


678 B5 


529 79 


5 


759 82 


6 


289 61 


387 66 


4 


015 34 


4 


403 00 


1,037 17 


9 


•111 28 


10 


448 45 


358 90 


3 


710 50 


-I 


069 40 


1,139 16 


p 


869 83 


11 


O08 99 


478 37 


5 


8-M 64 


6 


323 01 


4)2 09 


4 


244 89 


4 


686 98 


1,016 68 


9 


671 13 


10 


687 81 


781 26 


7 


158 97 


7 


940 28 


1,509 77 


14 


661 55 


16 


171 32 


384 57 


S 


993 85 


4 


378 32 


466 17 


5 


001 77 


6 


370 94 


207 84 


5 


160 8 a 


5 


368 67 


384 74 


4 


911 61 


"> 


296 2» 



35 



[ sxxv ] 



Statement — Continued. 



Kame of County. 



Macon 

Macoupin . . 
Madison . . . 

Marion 

Marshall . . . 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough 
McIIcnvv. . . 
McLean. . . . 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie. . . , 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Kandolph. . . 
Richland. . . 
Rock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 
Schuyler. . . , 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair. . . . 
Stephenson. 
Tazewell. .'. . 

Union 

Vermilion. . , 

Wabash 

"Warren .... 
Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside. . 

Will 

Williamson. 
Winnebago . 
Woodford. . . 

Total 



Orders, IS.")-!. 


Orders for 1S55. 


Interest. 


Interest. 


Tax. 
$3,593 99 


Total. 


^233 52 


$216 45 


$3,810 44 


833 73 


854 00 


9,062 65 


9,916 66 


1,231 40 


974 80 


9,481 61 


10,456 41 


473 34 


483 72 


5,447 07 


5,930 79 


316 04 


430 05 


4,389 50 


4,819 6^ 


369 1-3 


364 51 


4,560 93 


4,925 44 


279 20 


279 65 


2,819 39 


3,099 04 


514 04 


601 10 


6,262 46 


6,863 6« 


958 84 


886 52 


8,419 08 


9,303 60, 


fy76 10 


882 25 


10,329 58 


11,191 83 


426 87 


376 13 


3,750 44 


4,126 57 


' 346 68 


460 82 


5,186 50 


5,647 32 


478 09 


471 52 


4,655 82 


5,127 34 


439 15 


433 23 


5,552 77 


5,986 CO 


900 65 


794 14 


7,559 97 


8,354 11 


228 87 


220 29 


2,729 48 


2,949 77 


626 32 


730 26 


il7,819 10 


8,549 36 


1,074 65 


1,320 16 


11,409 77 


12,729 m 


S6I 28 


347 70 


4,023 95 


4,371 65 


105 20 


143 04 


2,594 99 


2,738 OS 


1,279 52 


1,139 08 


10,793 08 


11,982 16 


264 71 


327 80 


3,588 66 


S,916 46 


150 00 


126 24 


1,554 42 


1,680 66 


243 03 


233 42 


2,230 13 


2,463 5fi 


703 75 


559 13 


5,974 54 


6,533 67 


286 06 


354 22 


3,768 55 


4,122 77 


438 27 


663 97 


6,192 00 


6,855 97 


397 56 , 
1,378 85 ' 


351 38 


3,814 01 


4,165 39 


1,134 81 


11,027 93 


12,162 74 


721 89 


544 84 


5,328 18 


5,873 02 


519 24 


354 81 


3,374 10 


3,728 91 


638 05 


565 23 


6,737 89 


7,303 12 


238 41 


2 OS 63 


3,117 87 


3,416 BO 


1,229 19 


1,224 69 


10,916 81 


12,141 60 


744 57 


697 07 


6,896 57 


7,593 64 


760 28 


787 U 


7,735 80 


8,522 91 


514 04 


505 21 


4,951 46 


5,456 61 


767 69 


755 01 


10,613 96 


11,368 95r 


314 60 


304 31 


2,903 76 


3,208 01 


C36 39 


677 61 


5,968 84 


6,546 46 


474 44 


497 85 


5,472 76 


5,970 61 


479 20 


521 34 


6,230 10 


6,751 44 


628 42 


517 92 


5,409 26 


6,927 18 


834 95 


534 64 


6,239 12 


6,773 76 


826 70 


1,032 40 


10,258 53 


11,290 93 


522 23 


482 55 


4,917 25 


5,399 80 


708 40 


874 14 


8,028 81 


8,902 96 


289 38 


385 99 


4,590 64 


4,976 6S 


C!54,93? 38 


S58,216 21 


$606,809 51 


$665,025 7a 



[ xxxvi] 



No. 12. 



Jl STATEMEJfT of the " school fund " tax, levied on the assessmerd of pro- 
perty in the year 18o5, shoicing the aggregate amount charged, the amount 
deducted for abatements, commissions, Sj'c., the net amozint collected, the amount 
paid to each county, Sfc. 



Count V. 



Amount 



Adaras 

Aloxandca*. . . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carioll 

Cass 

Champaign . . 
Christian. ... 

Clark , 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. . . . 
Cumberland. . 

De Kalb 

De Witt 

Du Ta<j.c 

Edgar": 

Edwards 

Effingham . . . 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Ham.ilton. . . . 

Hancock 

', Hardin 

Henry 

Henderson. . . 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

JnspcT 

Jeflerron. . . . 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess. . . 

Johnson 

Kane 

Knox 

Kendall 

Kankakee, . . 

Lake 

LaSallo 

Lawre.'ice. . . . 

Lee 

Livingston . . . 
Logan 



18,575 S6 
•2,293 Si 
2,990 09 
3,811 51 
3,109 48 
9,839 80 
1,138 31 
4,614 7(5 
5,311 19 
3,580 63 
3,461 07 
5,325 18 
5,503 89 
7,040 00 

10,031 71 

69,307 04 
3,740 33 
2,094 44 
6,856 39 
5,020 05 
5,390 32 
8,278 88 
1,779 97 
1,875 S3 
2,870 11 
1,592 23 

11,822 93 
2,684 24 
6,648 32 
4,207 92 
1,640 56 
8,878 22 
763 49 
6,712 26 
3,163 58 
5,385 00 
3,050 08 
*,854 27 
2,750 02 
3,912 57 

10,854 11 
1,322 16 
9,608 24 

12,666 06 
5,596 06 
3,979 57 
5,370 62 

13,927 9" 
4,613 09 
8,016 7S 
4,336 57 
6,742 34 



Anit abated 
corn's, &ic. 



Net amount. 



^907 .68 
268 32 
165 07 
205 18 
ISG 98 
459 79 

83 31 
. 234 68 
215 98 
211 03 
260 58 
273 60 
582 06 
540 86 
398 76 
4,156 73 
195 25 
197 85 
422 26 
343 92 
349 62 
406 95 

98 57 
320 30 
222 69 
176 16 
616 93 
143 85 
306 11 
258 93 
140 85 
537 13 

61 63 
2'.>l 84 
164 96 
388 41 
208 03 
134 95 
152 48 
243 21 
726 43 
119 52 
520 80 
627 54 
317 83 
254 78 
262 31 
723 33 
1,187 56 
3,145 97 
205 09 
2S0 62 



Amount paid 
county. . 



Aiat receiv'd 
from county 
over amt pM. 



§17", 667 68 
2,<»25 52 
2,825 -62 
3,606 33' 
2,972 50 
9,380 01 
1,055 00 
4,380 08 
5,095 81 
3,369 60 
3,200 49 
5,051 58 
4,921 83 
6,499 14 
9,632 95 
65,150 31 
3,545 10 
1,896 59 
6,434 13 
4,076 13 
5,040 70 
7,871 93 
1,681 40 
1,555 03 
2,656 42 
1,416 07 
11,206 00 
2,540 39 
6,342 21 
3,948 99 
1,499 71 
9,341 C9 
70l 86 
0,417 42 
2,998 62 
4,996 59 
2,842 05 
2,719 32 
2,606 54 
3,669 36 
10,127 68 
1,202 64 
9,087 44 
12,038 52 
5,278 23 
3,724 79 
5,108 31 
13,204 63 
3,425 53 
4,870 81 
4,131 48 
6,461 72 



$13, 804 '26 

1,700 86 
3,914 35 
4,477 44 
3,848 42 
9,065 97 
2,070 26 
4,064 88 
4,212 41 
4,599 54 
4,130 64 
6,641 73 
5,677 54 
3,934 93 
8,467 34 

29,185 02 
5,109 15 
3,442 96 
6,365 92 
4,343 20 
5,181 27 
6,840 96 
2,416 26 
3,930 44 
5,024 62 
4,078 98 

12,574 15 
3,336 26 
6,290 25 
8,675 58 
4,166 18 

9.903 79 
2,033 20 
5,814 11 
3,633 79 
6,312 05 
4,737 63 
4,820 58 
5,759 82 
4,015 34 
9,411 28 
3,710 50 
9,^69 S3 
9,671 13 
4,244 89 
5,844 64 
7,158 97 

14,661 65 
3,993 85 

5.904 77 
5,160 83 
4,911 61 



P,863 42 

325 16 



314 04 



315 20 
883 40 



2,664 21 

1,165 61 

85,956 29 



68 21 
332 93 

1,030 97 



51 90 
273 41 



603 31 



716 40 



2,367 39 
1,033 34 



1,550 11 



37 



[ xxxvii ] 



Statement — Continued. 



Amt paid 
;oov'ramt 
received. 



Coimtv. 



Macon 

Macoupin. . . . 

McLean 

McDonough. . 

McHciiiy 

Madison. . . . , 

Marion 

Mars.vill 

M:is<:.c 

MtMMl-d 

Mercer 

Montgomery, 
Monroe. .. . . , 
Morg;in. . . . , 
Moultrie . . . , 

Mason 

Ogle 

Pukiskl 

Peoria 

Perry 

Pike 

Pope 

Putnum . . . . , 

Piatt 

Randolph. . . 
Rock bkind., 
Richland. . . 

Saline 

Saugaiuon. . - 

Bcott , 

Schuyler. . . , 

Shc'llJv 

Stark'. 

St. Chxir 

Stephenson . 
Tazewell. ... 

Union 

Vermilion . . 

Wabash 

Wan-en. ... 
Washington.. 

Warne - 

White 

Wliitcside. . 

Will 

Williamson . , 
Winnebago . . 
Woodford . . 



Amount 
charged. 



I Auit receiv'd 
Amt abated Xet amount. [Amount paid'tVoni county 
corns., &c. ! county. ov'r amt paid 



Totals 



$4,206 56 

10,423 15 

14,737 89 
7,394,48 
8,239 70 

17,228 67 
4,215 30 
5,272 18 
l,52t 79 
5,120 91 
7,206 14 
5,755 20 
3,680 54 

10,423 29 
2,569 34 
3,176 98 

10,279 23 
1,530 80 

14,688 34 
2,416 89 

11,338 39 
1,157 03 
2,897 21 
3,504 .50 
5,057 43 
9,648 64 
3,143 05 
1,046 10 

25,075 25 
2,731 29 
5,002 74 
4,693 25 
3,815 77 

14,007 92 
7,810 97 
9,708 85 
2,552 19 

11,847 51 
1,826 09 
8,134 97 
4,310 42 
2,691 74 
3,129 20 
8,271 15 

12,020 54 
1,888 08 

11,790 19 
6,380 45 



673,699 45 



$210 50 
548 05 
674 21 
365 67 
465 19 
1,775 10 

207 17 

267 04 
111) 2u 
242 63 
355 57 

2,068 74 
295 19 
408 42 

208 25 

165 10 
460 78 
437 17 
744 17 
194 90 
583 53 
103 61 
164 90 
172 78 
716 IS 
4^10 04 

268 21 
74 36 

1,034 50 
238 04 
262 SO 
618 01 
193 73 

1,117 85 
474 55 
484 37 

150 64 
724 61 
106 2-V 
710 66 
319 78 

166 29 
550 20 
643 08 
572 95 

151 04 
869 40 
303 01 



.$3,990 06 
9,875 10 

14,063 68 
7,028 81 
7,774 51 

15,453 57 
4,008 13 
5,005,14 
1,414 59 
4,878 28 
6,910 57 
3,686 46 
3,385 35 

10,014 87 
2,363 09 
3,011 88 
9,818 45 
1,093 63 

13,944 17 
2,221 99 

10,754 86 
1,053 42 
2,732 31 
3,331 72 
4,341 25 
9,208 60 
2,874 84 
971 74 

23,440 75 
2,493 25 
4,739 88 
4,075 24 

3.622 04 
12,890 07 

7,336 42 
9,284 48 
2,401 55 
11,122 90 
1,719 15 
7,424 31 
3,990 64 
2,525 45 
2,579 00 

7.623 07 
11,447 59 

1,737 04 

10,920 79 

6,077 44 



46,932 44 626,767 01 



83,593 99 
9,062 65 
309 58 
262 46 
419 08 
481 61 
447 07 
389 50 
819 39 
750 44 
186 50 
552 77 
655 82 

559 97 
729 48 

560 93 
819 10 
554 42 
409 77 
023 95 
793 OS 
588 66 
230 13 
594 99 
974 54 
192 00 
768 55 
814 01 

027 93 
374 10 
328 18 
737 89 
117 87 

916 81 
896 57 
735 80 
951 46 
613 96 
903 76 
968 84 
472 76 
230 10 
409 26 
239 12 
258 53 

917 25 

028 81 
5iiO 64 



10 



10 



$396 07 

812 45 

3,754 10 

766 35 



5 


971 96 


615 64 


1 
1 


127 84 
724 07 




2 


454 90 




1 


999 35 


2 


534 40 






502 18 
736 73 


3 


010 00 




12 


412 82 







504 17 

1,973 26 

430 85 

1,548 68 

508 94 

1,455 47 



1,388 95 
1,180 06 

2,891 98 
1,486 80 



606,809 51 105,636 











§644 57 


1,433 


94 


1,404 


80 




1,833 31 
1,270 4*1 


366 
1 , 549 


39 

OK 


460 


79 



1,801 9« 

38 22 

2,535 24 



1,633 29 

893 71 
2,842 27 

880 86 

588 30 

2,662 66 



2,549 91 

1,184 61 

1,482 12 
3,701 6r. 
2,830 26 

3,180 21 



85,679 <% 



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48 

No. 15. 



TABULAR STATEMEJYT of the mimher and value of domestic 
animals, and average value j)er head; number and value of enu- 
merated ^articles, and average value of each article; the value of 
merchandise, hankers^ property^ manufactured articles, moneys 
and credits, bonds, stocks, 4'C.; unenumerated property, town lots 
'nnd lands listed for taxation in the several counties, and the amount 
of state tax for the year 1854, as returned to the Auditor of Illinois. 



County. 



Adams 

Aleximdcr. . . 

Boone 

Bond : . 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Christian. .. . 

Clay 

Clai-k 

Chiimpaign . . 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. . . . 
Cunibcrlaud . 

De Kalb 

De Witt 

Du Page... 

Edgar 

Edwards ... 
Effingham . . , 

Fayette 

Franklin . . . 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy .... 
Hamilton. . . 
Haneoek . . . 

llardia 

Henry 

Henderson. . 
Iroqnoie. . . . 
Jackson. . . . 

Jasper 

Jcflerson . . . 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess. . 
Johnson. . . . 

Kane 

Knox 

KoQdall 



Horses. 



Kcat .cattle. 



No. 



9,234 



8,880 
2,8.io 

1,005 



Value. 



$501,314 



123, 020 
157,031 
162,426 
304,767 
49,216 



Average 
value. 



$54 29 



48 45 
40 47 
56 89 
44 OiJ 
48 97 



No. 



23,506 



9,944 

8,958 

6,340 

18,160 

3,674 



Value. 



$310,954 



119,163 
109,871 

95,477 
180,094 

61,442 



3,i)03 
2,107 
2,410 
4,218 
2,291 
3,411 
5,733 
7,154 



201,596 
104,419 
110,818 
208,839 
132,458 
181,835 
333,283 
336,805 



1,835 
4,094 
3,208 
3,744 
6,161 
1,797 
1,761 
3,509 
2,762 



94,152 
215,969 
192,712 
163,230 
303,078 
82,587 
79,641 
119,321 
103,220 



56 46 
49 56 
45 98 
49 51 

57 81 
53 31 

58 13 
47 OS 



51 31 

52 75 
60 07 
43 60 
49 19 
45 96 
45 22 
34 00 
37 37 



9,945 

5,811 

8,301 

9 , 350 

6,364 

14,099 

17,500 

33,699 



5,109 
15,470 

8,073 
17,496 
17,972 

4 , 676 

5,517 
11,549 

9,277 



163,501 
•70,772 
95,580 
112,833 
108,120 
155,8(15 
255,250 
359,487 



70,098 
196,273 
128,516 
212,918 
214,242 

45,995 

62,414 
109,287 

81,367 



2,118 
6,551 
1,800 
2,444 



79,149 

321,554 

82,688 

87,943 



^7 87 
49 08 
45 94 
35 98 



5 , 506 

14,813 

8,579 

6,970 



47,468 

171,055 

98,178 

67,640 



82:^ 

3,438 
2,625 
2,294 
3,095 
1,995 
3,717 
X,375 
4,499 
1,618 
5,722 
9,0 U 
4,212 



32,493 
152,524 
127,366 
183,002 
118,390 

95,981 
167,084 
142,652 
250,640 

04,493 
216,007 
615,251 
228,433 



39 09 
44 36 
48 52 
57 98 

38 25 
48 11 

41 95 

42 27 

55 71 

39 13 
42 99 

56 99 
54 23 



3,248 

9,024 

8,262 

7,959 

8,490 

5,319 

14,844 

7,569 

13,652 

3,907 

22,S10 

19,370 

12,187 



30,202 
102,142 

95,u78 
130,198 

73,900 

69,969 
136,238 

72,705 
194,103 

44,084 
216,827 
261,400 
151,017 



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Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Kankakee , . . . 

Lake 

La Sivlle 

Lawrence . . . . 

Lee 

Livingston . . . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin . . . , 

McLeuu 

McDouough . . 

McIIcnry 

Madison . . . . , 

Mai-iiui 

Marshall 

Massac , 

Menard 

Mercer 

MontgoiTierv . 

Monroe 

Morgan 

Moultrie .... 

Mason 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Pulaski 



Horses. 



No. 



2,442 
3,400 

8,903 
3,090 
3,2V6 
1,511 
3,950 
2,626 
6,658 
7,451 
4,470 
4,614 
6,877 
3,567 
8,908 
1,026 
3,579 
3,892 
4,013 
3,055 
6,545 



2,862 
5,318 
8,029 



Value. 



$124,384 
156,802 
347,003 
138,828 
159,684 

83,290 
227,967 
126,272 
376,951 
418,778 
266,719 
253,894 
350,971 
170,204 
184,914 

40,101 
197,850 
230,372 
126,512 
140,445 
297.786 



165;279 
277,885 
378,405 



Average 
value. 



|50 94 

46 12 

38 98 

44 93 
48 74 

55 12 
57 71 
48 09 

56 62 
56 20 
59 67 
55 03 
51 03 

47 72 
47 81 

39 08 
55 28 
59 19 
31 53 

45 97 
45 50 



Neat cattle. 



No. 



57 74 
52 25 
47 13 



8,235 

20,434 

29,364 

7,700 

9,262 

4,518 

9,961 

5,581 

17,378 

25,585 

12,893 

23,416 

17,384 

12,088 

8,809 

3,337 

9,997 

10,292 

9,565 

9,079 

20,630 



6,081 
16,682 
16,976 



Value. 



S103,830 

259,164 
393,109 

85,818 
101,276 

61,371 
170,136 

74,564 
244,944 
344,968 
181,412 
296,360 
218,299 
141,351 

91,745 

33,186 
157,865 
li;2,521 

7:., 977 
106,761 
247,203 



Average 
value. 



90,924 

202,874 
189,568 



Perrv 

Pike". 

Pope 

Putnam 

Piatt 

Randolpli ..*.... 
Rock Island. . . 

Richland 

Saline , 

Sangamon 

Scott 

Schuvlcr 

Shelhv 

Stark". 

St. Clair 

Steplienson . . . 

Tazt'.veU 

Union 

Vermilion .... 

Wa'oa,>h '. 

Warren 

Washington .. 

Wa\ ne 

White 

Whiteside 

Will 

Willianasoa , . . 
Wiunobago , . . 
Woodtord .... 



403 
820 
541 
351 
553 
070 
055 
099 
097 
720 
505 
671 
354 
853 



184,060 
437,541 

47,191 
153,365 
100,464 
249,750 
178,131 

88,484 

69,683 
5S9,892 

95,182 
209,211 
199,680 
175,969 



39 39 
55 85 
30 62 
65 23 
64 69 
47 48 
58 31 
42 16 
33 23 

55 54 
38 00 

56 99 
45 86 
61 68 



9,619 

21,629 

3,814 

4,802 

4,953 

13,555 

10,714 

5,542 

6,231 

22,112 

6,240 

9,571 

11,146 

7,841 



4, 



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702 
230 
811 
809 
058 



238,126 
378,319 
110,143 
450,164 
83.443 



50 64 
52 33 

39 18 
54 18 

40 55 



16,299 
11,822 

8,160 
20,454 

4,093 



99,119 

260,677 

38,685 

69,763 

93,701 

153,149 

149,320 

66,469 

39.259 

360^903 

56,334 

128,693 

135,870 

9-6, 969 



166,419 
137,473 

56,112 
288,077 

36,976 



3 , 456 
2,729 
3,393 
3,960 
5,949 
2,561 



206,905 
122,271 

84,734 
207,823 
276,167 

85,560 



59 87 
44 80 
24 93 
61 85 
46 42 
33 41 



15,415 

9,141 

7,290 

12,034 

26,137 

6,839 



dOi.; 



205,965 



58 7i 



9,091 



158,821 
101, 37'^.: 

76,703 
156,208 
311,235 

54,820 



119,415 



Totals 352,823 



$17,468,422 



649 51 



1,042,210 



$12,664,180 



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Statement — Contiaued. 



Mules and Asses. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Alexander. . . 

Boone 

Bond 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun. ... 

Carroll 

Cass 

Christian. . . 

Clay 

ClaVk 

Champaign. . 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. . . 
Cumberland. 

De Kalb 

De Witt 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards. . . . 
Effingham.. 
Fayette. . . .. 
Franklin. . . . 

Fulton 

Gallatin. . . ; 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton. . . 

Hancock. . . 

Hardin 

Henry 

Henderson. . 

Iroquois. . . 

Jackson. . . 

Jasper 

Jell er son . , 

Jersey. ... 

Jo Daviess. 

Johnson. . . 

Kane 

Knox 

Kendall . . . 

Kankakee. . 

Lake 

La Salle... 

Lawrenee . . 

Lee 

Livingston. 

Logan 

Macon. . . . 

Macoupin. 

licLean. . . 



No. 



711 



10 

417 

125 

39 

31 



Value. 



840,004 



23,932 
8,195 

1 , S7'2 
1 , 500 



38 
oo 

73 

13 

397 

55 

51 

218 

380 



275 


21 


715 


169 


9 


910 


140 


8 


293 


164 


9 


065 


79 


5 


835 


271 


17 


773 


214 


13 


4C5 


15 




752 



Average 
value. 



S56 26 



58 50 
57 39 
05 66 
48 00 
48 39 



Sheep. 



No. 



14,20£ 



10,207 

8,033 

5,665 

5,418 

553 



Value. 



$17,782 



78 96 

58 64 

59 24 
55 27 
73 86 
65 58 
62 92 
50 13 



115 

472 



147 



04 
60 
94 
19 

m 

31 

G56 
412 

21 
256 

10 
1S5 

25 



56 
155 

18 

43 
107 

79 
710 
133 



1,770 

1,105 

6 282 

550 

16,752 
3,220 
3,200 
7,369 

17,257 



6,641 

31,585 

190 



46 

50 
86 
42 
42 
58 
62 
33 
45 



4,100 

3,642 

7,346 

11,670 

4,357 

3,584 

15,411 

14,821 



15,138 

8,193 

8,014 

7,018 

626 



Average 
value. 



6,154 

3,642 

7,123 

11,802 

5,402 

3,743 

22,560 

26,853 



4,386 

8,508 
8,103 
25,455 
22 856 
7,2S0 
3,972 
7,056 
7,529 



57 75 
60 92 

63 33 
o6 28 



3,076 


48 00 


3,780 


57 27 


6 , 345 


56 86 


1,135 


59 74 


3,194 


39 92 


1,840 


69 35 


31,646 


48 24 


13,901 


33 74 


1 , 793 


85 38 


11,747 


45 89 


390 


39 00 


11,025 


59 59 


1,0(!5 


42 OO 


3,960 


45 00 


100 


50 00 


2,405 


41 02 


0,470 


41 74 


077 


37 00 


1,715 


40 58 


7,702 


71 98 


3,895 


49 30 


57,171 


80 50 


7,730 


58 14 



2,780 

13,296 

1,636 

6,570 



4,386 

12,559 

15,138 

33,546 

31,641 

10,158 

4,127 

7,670 

7,529 



13,295 
1,0S5 
6,569 



2,402 
3,601 
2 920 
3 ',351 
4,801 
3,829 

10,310 

2,880 

> 3,820 

3,980 

26,861 
9,571 
6,0.59 
3,348 

26,554 
6,730 
6,575 
2,215 
1,577 
9,042 

11,058 
7,286 

18,889 



2,802 

3,699 

3,104 

5, ('09 

4,729 

4,609 

10,318 

2,880 

5,668 

4,084 

33,997 

9,885 

8,167 

3,465 

41,095 

7,360 

6,883 

2,2G2 

1 , 594 

13,749 

12,479 

11,991 

22,901 



SI 25 



1 48 
1 02 
1 41 
1 29 
1 13 



1 50 

1 00 

97 

1 01 



1 81 



1 00 
1 48 



87 
32 
38 



1 40 
1 04 

: 00 

1 00 



99 
1 00 
1 03 

99 



1 13 

1 02 



1 06 
1 51 
1 09 
1 22 
1 00 



1 00 
1 48 
1 0-i 
1 27 
1 08 
1 22 
1 00 
1 54 
1 09 
1 04 
1 01 
1 01 
1 42 
1 13 
1 61 
1 21 



51 



[H] 



Statement — Continued. 





Mules and Asses. 


Sheep. 


Counties. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


McDonough 

M cHenry , 


183 
32 
515 
264 
46 
137 
267 
121 
383 
122 
G17 


$15,005 
1,715 

38,641 

14,653 
2,310 
6,498 

18,660 
9,525 

12,674 
7,220 

32,545 


|81 99 
53 59 
65 32 
55 50 
50 21 
47 43 
68 89 
78 72 
33 09 
59 18 
52 75 


8,394 

22,156 

4,529 

7,767 

3,593 

2,330 

11,014 

6,784 

7,401 

1,561 

11,457 


$12,532 

32,370 

5,895 

7,838 

5,359 

2,351 

11,855 

9,493 

7,394 

1,539 

11,778 


%l 49 
1 47 




1 30 


Marion 


1 00 


Marshall 


1 49 


Massac 


1 00 


Mfinard 


1 07 


Mercer 


1 39 


Montconier}' 


99 




99 


Moru'an 


1 03 






Mason 


172 

10 

155 


11,435 

535 

7,226 


65 48 
53 .50 
46 62 


2,062 

10,848 

6,573 


2,062 

16,761 

6,785 


1 00 


Ode 


1 54 


Peoria 


1 03 


Pulaski 




Percy 


162 

473 

39 

14 

34 

96 

26 

89 

154 

1,133 

1S3 

109 

269 

64 


11,122 

29,565 
2,326 
965 
2,080 
5,204 
1,745 
4,295 
6,173 

68,865 
4,365 
7 , 090 

13,190 
3,450 


68 65 
62 51 

69 64 
68 93 
61 18 
54 20 
67 12 

48 26 
40 08 
60 78 
31 63 
65 05 

49 03 
53 91 


6,631 

13, ©45 

. 3,956 

2,098 

3,030 

5,335 

31,124 
5,587 
5,010 

36,160 
5 , 040 
6,628 

12,530 
2,840 


6,651 

13,057 

3,956 

3,641 

4,595 

5,616 

3,656 

5,587 

4,995 

60,967 

5,0i0 

8,795 

12,735 

5,558 


I 00 


Pike 


1 00 




1 00 


Putnam 

Piatt 


1 74 
1 51 




1 05 


Rock Islarid 


I 16 


Richland 


1 00 


Saline 


1 00 


Sangamon 


1 68 


Scott 


1 00 


Schuyler 


1 33 


Shelby 

Stark * 

St (Tliiir 


1 01 
1 96 


Stephenson 

Tazewell 

Union . . 


29 
117 
190 
139 

37 


1,675 
6,485 
9,485 
8,805 
2,242 


57 76 
55 43 
49 92 
63 35 
60 59 


8,431 
6,005 
6,856 
34,014 
4,036 


8,730 
6,153 
6,757 
63,824 
4,034 


1 0.3 

] 02 

99 

1 87 


Wabash 


99 








871 
197 
194 
6 
35 
178 


21,617 
9,045 

14,821 

.545 

1,590 

5,697 


58 27 
45 91 
76 40 
90 83 
45 43 
32 01 


8,104 

7,206 
10,210 

5,217 
17,090 

7,765 


9,544 

7,241 
10,349 

6,791 
25,247 

7,765 


1 17 




1 00 


Whit*^ 


1 01 




1 30 


Will 


1 48 


Williamson 


1 00 


Woodford 


77 


5 , 080 


65 97 


3,298 


3,322 


1 00 






Totals 


IS, 348 


§867,166 


$56 50 


743,119 


$956,659 


$1 29 







Li«3 



62 



Statement — Continued. 



Hogs. 



County. 



Adams 

Alexander . . 

Boone 

Bond 

Brown . . . . , 

Bureau 

Calhoun ... 
Carroll . . . . , 

Cass , 

Christian . . . 

Clav 

Cki-k 

Champaign . 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. . . 
Cumberland. 
De Kalb...-. 
De Witt . . . . 
Du Page . . , . 

Edgar 

Edwards. . . . 
EflBngham . . 

Fayette 

Franklin . . . 

Fulton 

(iallatin . . . 

Greene 

Grundy. . . . , 
Hamilton . . , 
Hat) cock. . . 

Hardin 

Henry 

Henderson . 
Iroquois . . . . 
Jackson . . . . 

Jasper 

Jefi'erson . . . 

Jc»-sey 

Jo Daviess. . 
Johnson . . . . 

Kano 

Knox 

Kendall 

Kankakee , . 

Lake 

La Salle. . . . 
Lawrence. . > 

Lee 

Livingston . . 

Lcij^an 

II aeon 

Macoupin . . . 
UcLcan . . . . 



No. 



60,803 



'7,065 
16,883 
18, '786 
15,554 
10,009 



Value. 



8120,842 



10,6'73 
19,921 

37,080 
22,196 
14,308 



Average 
value. 



|1 99 



1 51 

1 18 
1 9*7 
1 42 
1 43 



Carriages and wagons^ 



No. 



4,091 



Value. 



1,223 
1,896 

1,070 
2,479 
■. 481 



$130,720 



82,351 
44,072 
36,954 
68,113 
14,. 300 



25,058 
26,896 
24,350 
16,349 
12.263 
25,049 
37,467 
8,611 



57,296 
34,892 
33,522 
42,413 
30,099 
32,103 
90,783 
15,891 



2 21 
2 06 
1 38 

1 61 

2 45 

1 28 

2 42 
1 85 



1,497 

746 

866 

1 , 373 

772 

1,251 

1,668 

3,981 



12,470 
19.417 
18,601 
6,944 
32,646 
14,207 
11,849 
21,792 
29,142 



2<» 


523 


1 


65 


17 


123 




88 


54 


337 


2 


92 


10 


741 




55 


62 


635 




92 


18 


587 




31 


16 


366 




38 


22 


466 




03 


30 


153 




03 



6-.sr 

1,653 



1.093 

1,716 

1,994 

622 

696 

1,126 

595 



51,914 
27,614 
S3 ,578 
53,601 
31,104 
46,783 
74,570 
138,459 



21,587 
39,352 
48,002 
42,644 
73,552 
23,067 
24,087 
35,737 
20,138 



21,222 

36,765 

3,239 

23,618 



10,545 

9,2U5 

16,516 

9,222 

30,373 

13,087 

38,575 

18,795 

1 5 , 383 

22,360 

11,988 

44,729 

11,325 

6,381 

7,528 

18,710 

22,940 

7,924 

4 , 3.''>2 

24,014 

1 1 , 572 

40,961 

82,398 



24,974 

89,661 

5,482 

20,980 



1 1 , 00 1 
18,922 
31,470 
15,615 
32,381 
24 , 843 
47,148 
37,632 
29,917 
24,017 
15,257 

109,070 
19,136 
12, -19 2 
11,192 
25,072 
82,054 
13,435 
5,789 
65,524 
18,892 

109,996 
77,454 



1 18 

2 44 
1 69 

89 



483 

1,964 

739 

373 



1 04 

2 05 
1 90 
1 69 
1 06 
1 90 

1 22 

2 00 
1 94 
1 OS 

1 27 

2 44 
1 69 
1 95 
1 49 
1 34 
1 40 
1 70 

1 ?,?, 

2 73 

1 03 

2 68 
2 39 



96 
1,265 
1,011 

742 

631 

726 
1,031 
1,115 
2,014 

394 
2,- 007 
2,943 
1,436 
1,037 
1,773 
3,469 

931 
1,241 

661 
1,264 

807 
2,418 
2,492 



18,479 
73,936 
17,754 
12,618 



6,353 

3S,309 
35,816 
26,966 
23,117 
23,434 
39,995 
40,446 
66,430 
11,118 
64,720 
116,282 
43,691 
32,278 
42,322 
99,657 
35,31rt 
38,749 
15,489 
48,674 
30,389 
35,669 
05,8Q5 



53 



[liii] 



Statement — Continued. 







Hogs. 




Carriages and wag 


ons. 


County. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 

value. 


McDonough 

McHenry 


31 , 804 
14,956 
83,059 
28,102 
9,376 
13, 478 
28,936 
10,108 
22,990 
17,583 
46,508 


$60,697 
27,680 
59 , 405 
38,389 
13,606 
13,916 
73.036 
40,704 
23,938 
17,148 
96,473 


%\ 94 
1 85 
1 80 
1 36 
1 46 

1 03 

2 71 
2 13 

1 04 
93 

2 08 


1,786 
2,293 
1,815 
1,180 
1 , 502 
304 
1,125 
1,296 
1,290 
1,389 
2,479 


$69,330 
67,410 

115,703 
45,959 

48,679 
9,692 
44,127 
47,592 
31,011 
39,176 
84,937 


$38 82 
23 73 


Madison 

Marion 


63 78 
88 94 


Marshall 


32 41 


Maasac 


31 88 


Menard 


39 23 


Mercer 


36 72 


Montgomery 

Monroe 


24 04 
28 20 


Ptloro"an 


24 2fl 


Moultrie 




Mason 


13,083 
19,471 

27,05.8 


15,942 
33,512 

49,608 


1 21 
1 73 
1 83 


1,129 
2 , 054 
3,071 


36,584 

58,625 

100,674 


32 40 


Ode * 


28 54 


Peoria 


32 78 


Pulaski 




Ferrv 


20,128 
51,465 
16,389 
6,332 
9,209 
23,750 
12,711 
14,800 
11,843 
63,968 
16,272 
23,741 
20,776 
12,651 


22,619 
92,507 
18,581 
10,278 
23,045 
26,268 
22,402 
17,607 
10,830 
183,259 
25,601 
39,871 
51,227 
24,215 


1 13 
1 80 
1 13 

1 62 

2 60 
1 10 
1 77 

1 18 
87 

2 87 
1 57 

1 68 

2 46 
1 92 


862 

8,04? 

261 

837 

481 

1,571 

1,408 

780 

343 

2,974 

807 

1 , 365 

1,236 

975 


27,084 

121,604 

6,775 

30,971 

19,545 

52,967 

61,207 

26,176 

10,110 

137,298 

26,907 

50,005 

50,620 

35,418 


31 40 


Pike' 


39 96 


Pope 


25 96 


Ptitnam 


37 00 


Piatt 


40 63 


Randolph 


33 71 


Rock Iskud 

Richland 


36 37 
33 66 


Saline 


29 4^ 


Sangamon 


46 17 


Scott 


83 84 


Schuyler . , 


36 70 


Shelby 

Stark 


40 9fi 
86 88 


Si. Clair 




Stephenson 

Tazewell 


21,277 
24,089 
30,483 
37,835 
16,261 


24,160 
35,802 
26,406 
87,305 
16,261 


1 14 

1 49 
87 

2 31 
1 00 


2,140 
2,577 

810 
2,399 

698 


60,662 
90,555 
80,251 
95,121 
22,597 


28 3S 
35 14 


Union 


37 36 


Vej'Diilion 


89 66 


Wabash 


32 38 


Warren 




Washington 

Wayne 


31,488 
29 , 092 
37,993 
10,852 
8,554 
26,431 


44,199 
34,861 
42,146 
27,795 
18,670 
23,178 


1 40 
1 20 

1 10 

2 56 
2 19 

88 


1,365 

951 

885 

1,451 

2,467 

544 


47,771 
32,564 
33,158 
53,707 
65,744 
16,998 


34 99 
34 24 


White 


37 47 


Whiteside 


37 01 


Will 


26 66 


Winnebago 


31 25 


Woodford 


14,142 


30,761 


2 18 


1,187 


43,580 


36 71 


Totals 


1,901,362 


$3,288,017 


ei 73 


125,724 


§4,278,813 


$34 OS 





[liy] 



54 



Statement — Continued. 





Clock 


3 and Watches. 


Pianos. 


Counties. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


Adaihs 


4,228 


$23,858 


$6 12 


64 


$9,640 


$150 63 






Boone 

Bond 


1,036 

214 

1,024 

2,151 

207 


3 
3 
6 
9 
1 


,058 
,264 
, 070 
187 
409 


2 95 

15 25 

6 52 

4 28 
6 80 


8 
9 


1,475 

885 


184 37 
98 33 






Bureau 


18 
1 


2,575 
50 


143 05 


Calhoun 


50 00 






Cass 


1,17G 
471 
808 

1,SS6 
653 
951 

1,5S9 


8 

3 

4 

10 

4 

5 

10 

55 


,148 
386 
708 

,014 
374 
586 

, 885 
640 


93 

7 29 

5 83 
7 55 

6 70 

5 87 

7 78 


16 


2,115 


182 19 


Christian 




Clay 








Clark 


3 
2 
6 

6 


600 

350 

1,205 

1,000 


200 00 


Champai"-n 


175 00 


Clinton 


210 83 


Coles 


166 66 


Cook 




Crawford 














575 

1,435 

1 , 006 

1,473 

1,589 

614 

023 

923 

528 


2 
3 
6 
4 
10 
3 
3 
5 
3 


899 
597 
566 
939 
454 
360 
609 
441 
669 


5 04 

2 42 

6 53 

3 42 
6 58 
5 47 
5 79 

5 89 

6 95 








DeKalb 


5 


490 


98 00 


De Witt 




Du Pa^'-e 


13 
8 
8 


925 
1 , GOO 

785 


71 15 


Edgar 


20 00 


Edwards 


98 12 


Effingham 




ra3'ette 


1 


250 


250 00 


Franklin 




Fulton 








Gallatin 


345 
1,511 

706 
347 


4 
9 
3 
1 


033 
878 
009 
902 


11 69 
6 54 
4 34 

6 48 


11 
3 
4 

1 


1,225 

285 

320 

50 


111 36 


Greene 


95 00 


Grund}' 


80 00 


Hamilton 


50 00 






Hardin 


3W 

1,093 

845 

038 

642 

710 

925 

755 

1 , 332 

291 

3,133 

2,507 

1,234 

893 

1 , 720 

2,916 

995 

1 , 080 

3S0 

879 

004 

1 , 870 

2,157 


2 
C 
5 
3 
3 
4 
7 
4 

10 

12 
15 

4 

4 

5 
13, 

7, 

f>, 
1, 

6, 

5, 

11, 

n, 


463 
310 
793 
133 
935 
508 
260 
453 
777 
074 
(•79 
296 
812 
167 
893 
791 
317 
305 
325 
601 
112 
752 
272 


8 21 
4 85 
6 86 

4 91 
6 13 

6 35 

7 85 

5 90 

8 75 
7 13 
3 85 
10 

3 92 

4 06 

3 43 

4 73 
3 35 


1 

7 


150 
?45 

1 , 000 


150 09 


Henry 


135 00 


Henderson 


142 85 


Iroquois 












2 

5 

5 

48 


150 
1 , 050 

550 
8 , 080 


75 00 




210 00 




110 00 


Jo Uaviess 


108 S3 






Kane 


47 
22 
11 
5 
20 
48 


3,772 
2,710 
1,510 
425 
940 
4,690 


80 25 


Knox 


123 19 


Kendall 


137 27 


Kankakee 


85 00 


Lake 


47 00 


La Balk' 


97 70 




4 91 

3 75 

7 51 

8 46 
6 20 
8 01 


11 
1 

1 

3 

8 

13 


1,765 

70 

420 

1 , 355 

2,185 


126 07 


Livingston 


40 00 




7(t 00 




140 00 




109 37 


McLean 


108 07 



55 



Statement — Continued. 



[Iv] 





Clocks and Watch 


es. 




Pianos 




Counties. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


No. 


Value. 


Average 
value. 


lVIcDoil01K>li 


1,673 

2,124 

1,972 

1,019 

1 , S92 

410 

839 

880 

1,043 

1 , 037 

2,149 


-1^12,357 
7,177 
12,024 
6,016 
7,536 
2,978 
5,256 
5,772 
5,770 
3,326 
14,023 


m 39 

3 38 

6 10 
5 90 

5 42 

7 26 

6 26 
6 49 

5 53 
3 20 

6 53 


3 

11 

68 

1 

8 

3 

1 

2 

5 

4 

49 


$550 

1,285 

11,835 

80 

1 , 350 

215 

125 

300 

495 

750 

9,075 


$183 38 


McHcniy 

Madison 


116 82 
174 05 


Marion 


30 00 


Marshall 


168 75 


M assac 

Menard 


71 66 
125 00 




150 00 


Mont"'OEi"i'y 


99 00 


Monroe 


187 50 


Morr'an 


185 20 


Moultrie 




Ma«on 


872 
1,963 
2,560 


4,240 

7,904 

17,926 


4 86 
4 03 

7 00 








Offle 


10 
40 


1,250 
4 , 940 


125 00 


Peoria 


123 50 


Pulaski 




Perry 

Pike" 


4'!l) 

2,874 
238 
738 
S77 

1,776 

1,469 
767 
152 

2,382 
344 

1 , 349 
969 
872 


2,643 

19,202 
1,179 
4,877 
2,491 
8,429 

11,062 
4,252 
1 , 590 

24,567 
2,031 

10,018 
6,894 
4,287 


5 39 

6 68 
4 95 
6 61 

6 61 

4 74 

7 53 

5 54 
10 46 
10 32 

5 90 
7 43 
7 11 
4 92 


1 
11 
...... 

1 

4 

31 


50 
1,615 
150 
840 
150 
455 
4,250 


50 00 
146 83 


Pope 


150 00 


Piatt 


120 00 
150 00 




113 75 


Pock Island 

Richland . 


137 09 


Saline 








Scott 


55 


9,620 


174 91 


Schuvler 


10 
3 
1 


2,195 

500 

20 


219 50 


Shelby 


166 66 


Stark" 


20 00 


St Clair 




Stephenson 


2,107 
2,081 

878 
2,073 

567 


9,564 
12,104 

5,614 
13,000 

3, 536 


4 53 

5 82 

6 39 
6 27 
6 24 


19 
12 

6 
5 
2 


2 , 005 
1,620 

850 
1,128 

175 


105 53 


Tazewell 

Union 


126 66 
170 00 


Vermilion 


264 00 


Wabash 


87 50 


Wash'n'"ton 


1,022 

708 

G62 

1,256 

2,351 

474 


5 , 092 
4,045 
5,083 
6,817 
12,655 
2,822 


4 98 

5 71 
7 68 
5 42 

5 38 

6 95 








Wavne 


3 
3 

7 
35 


310 

630 

620 

4,240 


103 S3 


White 


215 00 


Whiteside 


88 57 


Will 


121 15 














W oodf'ord 


1 , 064 


5,816 


5 47 


4 


865 


216 25 






Totals 


105,256 


$678,034 


86 44 


879 


*122,080 


§138 89 







[Ivi] 



56 



Statement — Continued. 



County. 



Adams 

Alexander. . . 

Boone 

Bond 

Brown 

Bureau 

CaJhoun ... 

Carroll 

Cass 

Christian. . . 

Clay 

Clark 

Champirign . 
Clinton .... 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. . . 
Cumberland 

DeKalb 

De Witt 

Du Page . . . 

Edgar 

Edwards . . . 
Effingham . . 

FayeUe 

Franklin . . . 

Fulton 

Gallati'n. . . . 
Greene . . . . 
Grundy . . . . 
Hamilton . . . 
Hancock . . . 

Hardin 

Henry 

Henderson . 
Iroquois. . . . 
Jackson. . . . 

Jasper 

Jefferson. . . 
Jersey . . . . 
Jo Daviess. . 
Johnson . . . 

Kane 

Knox 

Kendall 

Kankakee . . 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence . .. 

Lee 

Livingston . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin . . 
McLean, . . . 



Goods and mer- 
chandise. 



Value. 



8265,210 



75,846 
54,740 
36,403 
.59,027 
27,350 



2, 



86,680 
25,765 
35 , 800 
81 , 302 
56,355 
40,780 
114,874 
506,124 



Bankers' proper- 
ty. 



Manufactured 
articles. 



Value. 



12,702 



5,000 



14,.']71 
40,969 
57,573 
41,151 
80,910 
32,350 
43,368 
39,190 
15,380 



89,964 
95,855 
28,830 
16,835 



10,774 

48,878 

61,120 

48,062 

22 , 349 

24,625 

39,792 

51,775 

497,f'>i6 

22,277 

180,280 

171,668 

42,361 

40, 140 

58,612 

287,680 

47,855 

44,475 

8,682 

70,021 

58,298 

119,586 

182,277 



113,341 



Value. 



^81,172 



274,732 



50,000 

200 



60,300 



116,61(i 

150 

13,150 



50,000 
122.213 



5,7ou 



90,588 



3,100 

10,776 

8,291 

4,630 



Money and 
credits. 



12,135 
3,300 



19,243 
5,686 
1,930 
8,281 



1,643 
8,850 
2,730 
5,949 
876 
495 
1,060 
3,126 



1,225 

12,fi80 

3,728 

3,465 



8,251 

1,585 

2,160 

800 

16,830 

325 

6 , 782 

ir,,!l45 

19,697 

265 

36,. 390 

19,801 

2,641 

3,582 

4,S17 

21,761 

1,630 

2,115 



3,944 
2,50(> 
8,;i78 
7,860 



Value. 



8508,029 



63,787 

70,660 

103,089 

148,816 

17,163 



184,396 
61,820 
67,535 

160, 69T 

102,001 
97,276 

216,120 
1,407,661 



15,371 

96,622 

134,279 

121,827 

265,356 

70,716 

24,346 

93,890 

35,616 



SS,987 
533,010 
28,898 
58,831 



35,033 

60,970 

76,285 

46,498 

61.871 

34,107 

101,142 

87,397 

76,534 

25,143 

250,752 

317,895 

134,260 

71,881 

(■..-.. 153 

194,835 

68,524 

170,377 

3o,38l> 

211,467 

] 18,036 

Hi3,695 

421,344 



67 



[ Ivii ]? 



Statement — Continued. 



Oouuty. 


Goods and mer- 
chandise. 


Bankers' pro- 
perty. 


Manufactured 
articles. 


Money and 
credits. 




Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


McDonoi"'''h 


|54,8'75 

103,220 

365,676 

49,460 

100,679 

86,994 

59,600 

55 , 800 

37,290 

83,051 

222,100 




$763 
4,406 
25,937 
7,527 
7,066 
1,891 
6,829 
4,846 


$119,926 
178,467 
296 020 


McHenry 

Madison 


$2,500 
87,576 


Marion 


109 955 


MarsluiU 




124,312 


Massac 




17 493 


Menard 


167 218 






168,888 


Montgomery 




103,662 


Monroe 




12,356 
11,000 


155,697 




10,000 


556 664 


Moultrie 




Mason 


46,631 

78,339 

328,743 




3,120 

8,605 
11,957 


67,430 


Oo-le 




173,434 


Pooi'ia 

Pulaski 


■ 101,000 


190,725 


Perry 


21,900 

152,428 

27,014 

41,725 

20,100 

83,264 

169,467 

36,381 

12,200 

388,616 

43,213 

80,433 

70,950 

29,471 




887 

14,088 

13,000 

4,125 


50 007 


Pike 


473 447 


Pope 


21,533 


Putnam 




67,801 


Piatt 




78,323 


RandolTjli . 




9,475 

24,625 

2,2.50 


67,307 


Rocklslmd.-. 


30,000 


211 714 


Riehland 


101,553 






26,756 


Sans^amon 




50,605 
8,640 

13,487 
3,635 
1,265 


1,000,199 


Scott . . . 




132,685 


Bclnivl'-r 


150 
100 


154,349 


Shelbv 


187,331 


Stark 


98,333 


St. Clair 




Stephenson . . . . 


134,695 
143,843 

83,730 
«9,668 

41,885 




17,258 
l.T,064 
14,700 
13,22'5 
5,435 


186,175 


Tazewell 


1 , 030 


191,902 


Union 


133,298 


Vermilion 


115,500 


474,173 


Wabash 


81,766 


Warren 




72,727 


Washington 


41,419 
32,130 
78,697 
73,442 
123,859 
40,476 








Wayne 




175 

4,390 

4,050 

11,026 


57,499 


White 




58,631 


Whiteside 


98,841 


Will 


125,949 


208,531 


Williamson 


30,303 


Winnebago 








Woodford 


31,595 




3,170 


118,584 








Totals 


^$9, 867, 764 


?1, 348, 497 


?734,207 


$14,200,404 





[Iviii] 



Statement — Continued, 





Bonds, Stocks, 
etc. 


Unenumerated 
property. 


Deductions. 


Counties. 


Value. 


Value. 




Adams 

Alexander 


$37,065 


$300,814 


$91,847 


Boone 


200 


41,271 
38,208 
65,329 
677,349 
48,194 


21,140 


Bond 


23 220 


Brown 

Bureau 


115 
4,800 


21,918 
38,094 


Calhoun , . . 


15,415 


Carroll 1 




Cass 


5 , 000 


75,301 

13,780 

59,399 

113,350 

63,105 

119,227 

132,611 

2,419,090 


35,977 


Christian 


22,531 


Clay 


3 , 000 

1 , 330 

7,048 

280 


3,584 


Clark 


29,370 


Champaign 


18,447 


Clinton 


7,025 


Coles 


80,387 


Cook 




151,774 


Crawford , 








200 

4,118 

66,394 

3,513 

19,593 

6,620 

117 


33,894 
50,624 

718,649 
68,948 

147,842 
36,053 
33,494 
20,990 
44,858 


14,162 


De Knlb , 


37,710 
40,210 


DuPage 


37,007 




98,136 


Edwards 


8,640 




6,002 


Fayette 








10,911 


Fulton 








38,864 
600 
862 


62,855 
97,110 
33,247 
28,263 


7,331 


Green 


40,875 




17,023 


Hamilton 










Hardin 




23,180 

43, .075 

264,388 

42 , 6.52 

50,011 

42,823 

72,104 

53,412 

144,639 

56,088 

288,399 

199,581 

71,028 

62,055 

44,791 

131), 2-1 

140,072 

01,993 

22,089 

270,884 

52,203 

192,597 

199.185 

112,8S<9 


1,546 






4,375 


Henderson 


6,075 


17,645 




22,301 


Jackson 


500 
1,110 


0,215 






Jefferson 


19,308 




960 
19,350 


12,059 


Jo Daviess 


8,081 




3,450 


Kane 


4,553 
12,018 

4,380 
15,030 


31,057 




01,095 


Kendall 


37,150 




19,560 


Lake 


43,081 


Lawronco 


5,510 

7,200 

440 


00,598 
12,100 




9,534 


Livingston 


8,131 




745 

712 

2,003 

139,999 


00,031 


Macon 


28,303 




87,067 


McLean 


92,415 




23,023 



Statement — Continued. 



[ 'i^ J 





Bonds, Stocks, 
etc. 


Unenumerated 
property. 


Deductions 


Counties. 


Value. 


Value. 




MoHeni'T 


$850 
10,830 


$10,356 

475,688 

64,289 

. 78,463 

89,405 

64,087 

85,865 

47,153 

48,385 

144,585 


$40,098 
30 152 


Madison , 


Marion 


20 459 


Marshall 


14,438 
200 


3'^ 468 


Massiic 


3 456 


Menard 


61,147 


Mercer 


1,650 


21 973 


Montgoraerv 


13 913 


Monroe 


200 


50 040 


Morgan 


155 483 


Moultrie 






Mason 


26,469 
7,219 
7,322 


64,407 

100,177 
281,009 


30 134 


Osle 


38 741 


Peoria 




Pulaski 




Perry 




49,720 

235,319 

18,313 

77,094 

33,800 

85,318 

106,530 

43,795 

25,535 

1,032,296 

38,555 

112,507 

76,089 

55,197 


9 445 


Pike 


4,528 


65 258 


Pope 




Putnam 


8,300 
2,958 
9,240 

57,425 


11 040 


Piatt 


29,123 


Randolph 


1,610 


Rock Island 


18 114 


Richland 


02 565 


Saline 




647 




448,935 

475 

11,632 


530 453 


Scott 






15,396 


Slielby 


25 951 


Stark 


1 , 035 


20 406 


St, Clair 




Stephenson 


7,453 

3,200 

14,796 

15,780 

9,950 


157,476 
191,345 

74,500 
204,631 

26,312 


S3 232 


Tazewell 




Union 


30 222 


Vermilion 


167,935 


Wahash 


2,187 


Warren 




Washington 




69,656 
38,497 
91,702 
73,950 
658,853 
48,479 




Wavne 




11 796 


White 


15,750 

1,160 

21,100 




Whiteside 


27 223 


Will 


6-t 043 


Williamson . 


994 








Woodford 


4,37'i 


87,835 


20,055 






TotrJs 


11,128,677 


$12,915,344 


*3, 206, 781 







[Ixj 



60 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Adams .... 
Alexander . , 

Boone 

Bond 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun . . . 

Carroll 

Cass 

Christian . . 

Clav 

Clark 

Champaign . 
Clinton .... 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford . . , 
Cumberland- 
De Kalb . . . 

De Witt 

Du Page . . . 

Edgar 

Edwards . . . 
Effiugham . . 
Fayette . . . . 
Franklin. . . . 

Fulton 

Gallatin . . . 

Greene 

Grundy . . . . 
Hamilton , . 
Hancock . . . 

Hardin 

Henry 

Henderson . 
Iroquois . . . 
Jackson . . . . 

Jasper 

Jellerson. . . 

Jersey 

Jo DavicL^s. 
Johnson . . . 

Kane 

Knox 

Kentlall .... 
Kankakee. . 

Lake 

La Salle . . . 
Lawrence . . 

Lee 

Livingston . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin . . 

McLean 

McDonough 
McJlenry . . 



Personal pro- 
perty. 



$2,290,259 



474 
518 
54(5 
1,384 
220 



840 
336 
455 
795 
523 
697 

1 , 306 

7,144 
484 
268 
612 
672 
886 

1,135 
326 
289 
462 
351 

1,996 
459 

1 , 209 
288 
278 



170 
476 
697 
430 
411 
327 
632 
51S 

1 , 379 
261 

1,487 

1,694 
688 
45fi 
699 

1,961 
572 
593 
223 

1,037 
475 

1,279 

1,935 
8 84 

1,037 



127 
915 
086 
634 
093 



769 
272 
719 
490 
361 
636 
988 
546 
089 
734 
439 
761 
470 
238 
262 
671 
402 
693 
269 
630 
158 
387 



206 
364 
355 
769 
580 
941 
608 
649 
683 
910 
192 
557 
525 
119 
275 
519 
4(11 
471 
672 
453 
529 
291 
931 
013 
592 



Town Lots. 



$1,493,002 



Lands 



135 

63 

102 

109 



256 

40 

29 

155 

44 

76 

136 

13,390 

90 

8 

30 

82 

69 

96 

41 

52 

48 

21 

457 

172 

146 

107 

11 



17 

29 

159 

40 

12 

20 

43 

85 

1 , 799 

12 

572 

322 

76 

42 

237 

615 

53 

114 



215 
244 
683 
649 

510 



331 
070 
765 
622 
965 
295 
440 
172 
475 
408 
394 
778 
031 
252 
691 
175 
004 
8S9 
047 
983 
270 
357 
903 



085 
127 
959 
409 
474 
083 
934 
892 
472 
481 
036 
915 
055 
473 
909 
398 
556 
262 



87,580 
147,197 
511,102 
121,412 
1*1,247 



$3,497,845 



963 
794 
982 
2,030 
269 



1,453 

1,023 

833 

1,246 

1,479 

1,H2 

2,191 

5,056 

1,493 

619 

1,279 

927 

1,474 

2,226 

403 

575 

753 

380 

2,622 

538 

1,966 

882 

293 



203 

1,440 

78S 

782' 

o89 

847 

664 

997 

1,419 

285 

1,663 

2,425 

1,302 

737 

1,196 

I) » .) 2 

'9 18 
910 
699 
1,408 
1,141 
2,890 
3,093 
1,499 
l,59i 



194 
192 

806 
056 

477 



923 
008 
656 
160 
171 
090 
747 
426 
145 
722 
674 
477 
848 
998 
540 
983 
362 
451 
084 
545 
650 
053 
186 



398 
831 
361 
581 
376 
033 
675 
165 
292 
196 
368 
799 
374 
622 
232 
910 
231 
078 
681 
746 
547 
998 
903 
249 
079 



Total value of 
real and per- 
sonal prop'ty 



Gl 



[M] 



S'/a/eme;?/— Continued. 



Counties. 


Personal pro- 
perty. 


Town Lots. 


Lands. 


Total value of 
real and per- 
sonal prop'ty 




$2,039,347 
635,212 
627,994 
201,464 
745,361 
790,018 
458,763 
515,214 
1,582,787 


$1,514,646 
65,447 

226,968 
72,036 

116,906 
78,039 
38,166 
84,087 

676,009 


$2,792,532 

785,798 
1,129,233 

314,368 
1,291,491 

S73,645 
1,087,978 

922,014 
3,052,596 


$6,346,525 




1,486,457 


MarshiiU 

Mass;".' 


2,004,195 
587,868 


Menixrd 


2,153,758 


Mercpr 


1,836,702 


MontgomcM'Y 


1,584,907 




1,521,316 




5,311,393 




1,262,085 


Mason ; 


404,389 

956,918 

1,676,788 


90,524 

151,557 

1,458,483 


937,245 

1,427,775 
2,527,400 


1,532,158 


Ocrle 


2,5i;6,250 


Feoi'ia 


5,662,671 


Pulaski 


425,672 


rciTY 


416,397 
1,790,420 
184,811 
462,705 
352,129 
745,922 
993,420 
334,284 
220,202 
3,775,569 
439,028 
812,743 
782,720 
511,480 


14,418 
404,478 

23,612 
112,022 

26,365 
241,825 
582,551 

35,850 

6,192 , 

1,179,350 

135,865 

163,544 

67,120 

51,458 


568,484 

2,449, 81§ 

217,262 ■ 

774^245 

859,007 

977,363 

1,064,974 

838,135 

295,210 

6,462,811 

738,113 

1,073,371 

1,246,602 

■ 981,694 


999,299 


Pike 


4,644,716 


Pope 


425,688 




1,348,973 


Piatt 


1,237,501 




1,965,110 


Rock Island 


2,640,943 
1,208,269 


Saline 


521,604 




11,417,730 


Scott. ... . . .' 


1,313,006 


Shelbv 


2,052,658 
2,096,443 


Stark'. 


1,544,633 


Rt r!I-,ii- 


5,679 919 




982,056 
1,194,471 

526,420 
1,762,465 

331,969 


43,098 
446,722 

51,790 
118,084 
103,633 


1,772,220 
1,941,006 

565,832 
2,891,519 

404,087 


2,797,37.4 


Tazewell 


3,582,19-9 




1,144,042 




4,772,068 


Wabash 


839,689 
2,623,976 


Wayne 


685,607 
428,218 
511,794 
675,183 
1,301,418 
315,104 


61,278 
42,926 
93,485 
133,007 
468,493 
21,370 


1,304,997 

790,239 

542,912 

1,070,843 

2,533,627 

376,493 


2,051,883 
1,261,383 


White 

Whiteside 


1,153,101 
1,879,033 


Will 


4,303,538 


Williamson .-. 


712,967 
3,458,797 


Wood fo I'd 


640,303 


76,725 


1,513,201 


2,230,229 






Totals 


679,545,953 


?.32,010,788 


$122,451,334 


$252,750,568 







[ 1^-ii ] 



62 



iSo. 16. 

TABULAR STATEMENT of the number and value of domestic animcds, 
and average value per head; number and value of enumerated articles^ and 
average value, of each article; the value of merchandise, bankers' property, 
manufactured articles, moneys and credits, bonds, stocks, Sfc; unenumernied 
property, town lots and lands listed for taxation in the several counties, for 
the year 1855, as returned to the auditor of Illinois. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Alexander. . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun. . . . 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. . 
Christian. . . 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton. . . . 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. . . 
Cumberland. 

Do Ealb 

De Witt.... 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards. . . . 
Effingham, . . 
Fayette,. . . . 
Franklin,... 

Fulton 

Gallat'ni, . . . 
Greene, . . . . 
Gruudy . . . . 
Hamilton,.. . 
Hancock,. . . 

Hardin 

Heti'.h.T.rOii, . 

Henry 

Iroquoi.s . . . 
Jackson,.. . . 

Jasper 

Jcfl'crson, . . 

Jer-fey, 

Jo I'uvii'ss, . 
Johnson, . . . 

Kajio, 

Kankidvce, . . 
Kendall,.... 

Knox, 

Lake 



Horses. 



No. 



3,045 
2,991 
8,029 
1 , 049 



3,615 
2,G84 
2,458 
4,5iii 
2,450 
3,450 
6,096 
6,Y61 
3,G28 
2,814 
4,885 
8,247 
4,350 
6,644 
1,898 
1,730 
3,360 
2,392 



2,062 
6,753 
2,296 
2,339 
6,508 
711 
2,865 
3,282 
2,5u3 
2,914 
1,986 
3,311 
3,285 
4,629 
1,512 
6,311 
3,020 
4 , 596 
9,458 

3,y&i 



Value. 



$550,665 



143, 


915 


163, 


390 


348, 


601 


67 


715 


174 


536 


134 


840 


129 


273 


195 


368 


106 


398 


182 


729 


355 


458 


351 


699 


145 


303 


87 


588 


293 


900 


193 


776 


186 


958 


318 


695 


91 


183 


73 


217 


118 


605 


91 


477 


76 


"707 


344 


141 


113 


141 


86 


841 


373 


485 


27 


292 


140 


927 


22S 


230 


176 


149 


135 


490 


86 


419 


123 


492 



163 335 
274 414 
69,330 
299,617 
151,091 
244,798 
642,887 
102,192 



Average 
value. 



$59 19 



47 26 

54 63 
43 42 

55 02 

48 28 
50 24 
52 59 

42 81 

43 43 
52 96 

58 31 
52 02 
40 05 
31 13 
60 16 

59 68 
42 98 

47 97 

48 04 

42 32 
35 30 
88 24 

37 20 
50 96 
57 12 

37 13 
57 37 

38 39 

49 19 

69 54 

70 38 

46 50 

43 51 
37 30 

49 72 
59 28 

39 24 

47 48 

50 03 
Mi 26 
57 40 

48 52 , 



Neat Cattle. 



No. 



29 


378 






11 


887 


7 


596 


20 


328 


4 


135 


10 


995 


7 


709 


6 


,900 


10 


314 


7 


677 


14 


,463 


IS 


121 


34 


,847 


6 


887 


4 


,659 


18 


,162 


8 


,251 


19 


, 30r) 


17 


,717 


4 


741 


6 


60I 


10 


095 


7 


909 


5 


733 


16 


626 


9 


799 


C 


826 


21 


732 


2 


424 


9 


515 


12 


576 


8 


747 


i 


797 


5 


479 


11 


21)0 


8 


368 


14 


783 


3 


083 


24 


574 


10 


454 


13 


480 


22 


407 


22 


091 



Valu e. 


Average 




value. 


$331,673 


^11 2 






124,833 


10 6 


99,203 


13 


228,111 


11 2 


69,174 


16 7 


151,600 


13 7 


117,804 


15 2 


89,22u 


12 9 


108,166 


10 4 


86,380 


11 2 


159,788 


11 


237,204 


13 


404,416 


11 6 


71,220 


10 3^ 


69,839 


12 8- 


245,392 


13 5 


132,353 


16 0- 


206,761 


10 7 


202,050 


11 4( 


47,358 


9 95 


58,913 


10 55 


102,670 


10 1 


65,069 


8 2; 


45,680 


7 9' 


191,663 


11 6; 


113,141 


11 5. 


68,998 


10 11 


279,690 


12 8' 


24,379 


10 0( 


107,704 


10 oe 


147,838 


11 7£ 


152,626 


17 4-1 


74,849 


9 01 


63,016 


11 5( 


111,118 


9 951 


84,159. 


10 0« 


225,558 


15 2f 


33,433 


10 84 


283,204 


11 52 


136,160 


13 02 


167,123 


11 fie 


306,751 


13 6y 


275,772 


12 4J« 



63 
Statemenl — Coutinued. 



[Ixiiij 



Horses. 



Go!inties. 



La Salle, . . . 
Lawrence . . , 

Lee, 

Livingston, . , 

Logan, 

Macon , 

Macoupin, .. , 
Madison, . . . 
Marion, .... 
Marslinll ... 

Mason, , 

Massac, .... 
McDonou>;-h 
Mc Henry .\ . 
McLean, . . . 
Menard, . . . 

Mercer 

Monroe .... 
Montgoni'.:ry 
Morgan .... 
Moultrie .... 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski .... 
Putnam .... 
Handolpli. . . 
Richland.... 
Rock Island . 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 
Schuyler. . . . 

Scott 

Shelby 

Iita<rk' 

St. CLiir.. .. 
Stephenson. 
Tazewell. . . 

Union 

Vermilion..-. 
Wabash .... 
Warren .... 
VVasliington. 
tVavnc .".... 

White 

Whiteside. . 

Will 

Williamson. 
Winnebago. 
Woodford. . 



No. 



514 

yijo 

580 
080 
194 
123 
450 
027 
422 
305 
996 
129 
183 
324 
953 
549 
406 
130 
138 
425 



197 
141 

26S 

786 
186 



475 
2 , 448 
5,592 
2,155 
S,433 

1 , 948 
9,574 
4,270 

2 , 50G 
4,644 
3,105 



5,452 
7.748 
2,-809 
8,795 
2,068 
6,426 
4,119 
2,672 
5,451 
3,812 
, 840 
2,948 
5,529 
3,994 



Value. 



$449 


729 


124 


691 


212, 


700 


96 


787 


238, 


107 


139, 


901 


450, 


000 


384 


029 


144 


441 


224, 


254 


170 


235 


44 


ISO 


315 


562 


287 


386 


447 


642 


228 


149 


290 


758 


140 


494 


137 


725 


321 


750 


379 


080 


436 


761 


117 


020 


119 


582 


503 


,540 


26 


871 


173 


845 


235 


941 


90 


516 


207 


,415 


61 


Oil 


538 


770 


257 


962 


95 


,419 


215 


478 


201 


399 


263 


654 


464 


,800 


103 


,985 


492 


088 


79 


211 


407 


332 


177 


344 


116 


,411 


141 


, 001 


264 


437 


343 


,928 


91 


,282 


313 


,974 


269 


,959 



Average 
value. 



Totals 



395,602 §20,364,812 



$42 77 

41 64 

59 41 
48 88 
56 77 
44 79 

60 40 

54 65 

42 21 

52 09 
56 82 
39 14 

60 88 

53 98 

36 29 
64 29 
66 40 
44 89 
33 28 
50 08 

59 72 
53 65 
35 83 

66 96 

61 51 

56 57 
71 02 
42 19 

42 00 

60 42 
31 32 
56 27 
60 41 
38 08 
46 40 
63 63 

48 36 
59 99 

37 02 

55 95 

38 30 
63 39 

43 06 
43 57 
25 87 
69 37 
50 28 
30 96 

56 79 

67 59 



Xeat Ca,ttlc. 



No. 



32, 


511' 


7, 


117 


11, 


567 


6 


189 


11 


341 


7 


190 


20 


429 


18 


071 


10 


161 


10 


569 


7 


423 


3 


355 


15 


433 


25 


824 


25 


1.50 


10 


009 


12 


491 


9 


217 


10 


573 


20 


356 


19 


791 


19 


063 


9 


280 


6 


019 


23 


594 


1 


487 


5 


,651 


14 


349 


5 


834 


11 


707 


4 


359 


22 


326 


12 


090 


3 


534 


11 


091 


7 


749 


17 


946 


15 


467 


7 


,482 


22 


141 


4 


,226 


19 


,010 


14 


,213 


9 


313 


8 


288 


14 


778 


29 


,406 


6 


552 


17 


,765 


10 


,526 



$51 47 1,176,838 



Value. 



$346,138 

69,266 
152,227 

75,109 
190,359 

62,027 
330,563 
223,000 
118,968 
113,228 
100,613 

34,152 
214,087 
313,561 
404,690 
172,047 
204,797 
107,010 

83,891 
273,680 

261,925 
214,998 
79,982 
127,951 
315,777 

17,837 

73,857 
148,514 

66,884 
173,425 

34,105 
302,588 
172,901 

61,273 
119,401 
109,5.54 

184,928 
195,977 

49,559 
312,446 

34,213 
297,636 
142,630 

97,0>3 

78,566 
230,928 
368,152 

53,265 
263,866 
149,836 



Average 
value. 



$14,619,529 $12 43 



[Uiv] 



64 



Statement — Continued. 



Mules and Asses. 



Counties. 



Value.. 



Average 

value. 



Sheep. 



Ko. 



Value. 



A/lanis 

Ak'xandtn- . , 

Bond 

Boone . . . . . 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhotln 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . 
Christian .. . 

Claik 

Clay 

Clinton . . . . 

Coles 

Cook 

CraM'ford . . . 
Cumbci'land 

De Kalh 

DeWitt 

I)a Page . . . 

Edgar 

Sdwards . . . 
1 fliiigliam . . 
J<>.yette . . . . 
.l^ranklin . . . 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene . . . . 
Grundy . . . . 
Hamilton. . . 
Hancock . . . 

Hardin 

Henderson . . 

Henry 

Iroquois. . , . 
Jackson. . . . 

Jaapor 

Jeft'ersou . . . 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess.. 
Johnson . . . . 

Kane 

Kankakee . . 
Kend::ll .... 

Knox 

Lake 

LaS.illc.... 
Lawrence . . 

Leo 

Livingston . 

Logan 

Macon. . . ., 
Macf upin . . 
Madison. . . . 



1 , 010 



175 
62 

88 



348 

107 

238 

261 

191 

381 

344 

30 

156 

63 

26 

76 

19 

431 

87 

53 

254 

335 



102 
587 
6 
155 
3C3 

86 
129 
146 

79 

97 

44 
653 
379 

15 
299 

17 
100 

38 

209 

4 

77 
161 

25 

62 
151 
1(»7 
865 
607 



§69,806 



155 
10,655 

650 
685 



89 



409 
677 
78a 
274 
575 
120 
953 
642 
381 
975 
380 
585 
905 
700 
905 
015 
860 
013 



435 
415 
300 
100 
444 
020 
14i) 
686 
645 
400 
830 
260 
030 
120 
380 
660 
437 
710 
345 
180 
770 
775 
245 
430 
540 
735 
900 
012 



S66 37 



31 00 
60 89 

42 74 
70 66 

67 27 

43 71 

57 92 
50 86 

55 37 

68 56 

58 00 

54 73 
34 49 
47 22 
53 4-6 

60 S3 
47 63 
41 07 

57 07 

56 89 
34 88 

44 82 

45 90 
63 74 

50 00 

45 81 

61 83 

46 74 

63 10 

52 51 

58 80 

55 67 
41 59 
44 79 

47 57 
74 67 

51 44 

38 82 

44 37 

45 00 

64 28 
45 00 

48 96 
48 29 
89 80 

39 19 

63 18 

53 60 
87 75 

64 27 



15,707 



9,139 

6,442 

6,846 

620 



4 


315 


7 


596 


3 


128 


13 


169 


6 


746 


3 


462 


17 


984 


15 


335 


10 


,283 


4 


703 


10 


280 


8 


145 


28 


243 


28 


183 


8 


248 


3 


585 






7 


o.:j t 


6 


336 


2 


753 


13 


669 




984 


5 


899 


8 


680 


2 


003 


3 


868 


3 


392 


2 


708 


3 


935 


4 


519 


7 


807 


o 


S76 


4 


603 


3 


381 


28 


329 


8 


299 


7 


827 


9 


473 


SO 


316 


6 


239 


6 


957 


2 


101 


2 


9.4(; 


8 


568 


14 


436 


7 


198 


* 


083 



§16,535 



9,099 

8 , S05 

8,160 

805 



4 


,340 


8 


413 


3 


128 


15 


,143 


6 


746 


3 


540 


27 


530 


25 


,816 


11 


,185 


4 


,703 


14 


,591 


14 


,362 


32 


,19;; 


30 


816 


11 


369 


3 


585 


7 


860 


6 


386 


2 


753 


13 


804 


1 


049 


7 


142 


10 


756 


■ 2 


195 


3 


891 


•i 


408 


4 


547 


4 


935 


4 


519 


7 


807 


O 


876 


5 


488 


3 


500 


43 


061 


o 


975 


y 


090 


9 


819 


84 


434 


6, 


974 


7, 


775 


2, 


375 





921 


12, 


7S0 


M 


(■.•!.< 


16, 


( K lO 


6, 


812 



G5 



[Ixv] 



Statement — Contiiujed. 



Mules and asses. 



Sheep. 



Cuui.t'.of 



M^irioii . . . . , 

Murshiill ... 

M:is<ni 

Mass,(c 

MeDoiioui^li , 
MeU;i,iv'... 

McUaii" 

Men.iid .... 

McT.-or 

llonioe 

ftlor-:.A .... 
Sluuiiri.j ... 

Ogio 

IVona 

Pen y ...... 

Piiitf 

•rikc 

IVii)!; 

PuliiskI 

Plltll;'.lil . . . . 
I\:Hldul|)ii . . 
Rioiilillid . . . 

Roek Island. 

iS.dinc 

t^:i!igai.'U/ii .. 
Hcluiylei- . . . 

Scott 

Shcll.y 

Stark 

¥t. Oliiii- . . . 
Stephen >c»n. 
Tazewell . . . 

I'nkm 

V'.'.inilioii .. 

Waba.-;!. 

Vi'arren . . . . 
Vrasliiir.ton 

Wavne 

\Vlute 

Wliiteside .. 

Will 

Williiiinsun 
"^Vinui'ltago 
Wootilbrd .. 



No. 



250 

l.Vi 
235 

21 « 

210 



II 

2M 
811 

180 

578 



;u) 

l.j.-) 

1:^8 

57 

,00 7 
114 
110 

20;t 

52 



20 
110 
204 
361 

77 

500 

204 

204 

6 

41 
178 

37 
142 



Yaluc. 



Aveiag' 
Vidue. 



^{?, SOo 

2 , G^ )2 

1G,0.j4 

7, ;;<;•') 

13,250 

1,400 

2,10.> 

27,872 

18; 710 

8 010 

10,800 

bO,.")20 

1,100 
12,004 

12,880 

0,.-.7-. 

4.),42o 

l,2iJ0 

1,10.-, 

8,:JG4 

0,525 

S , 8(.)0 

6,521 

6G,ii25 

10,251 

5,510 

12,160 



1 420 
6,040 
10,5()..) 
17,5'.i4 
H,j;oO 
2;i,525 
26,150 
10,257 
10,:{15 

400 
2,380 
6,-550 
2 , 095 
7 ■ 535 



»55 21 

52 01 
67 28 
48 45 

77 60 

41 3:t 

10 16 

70 74 

85 57 

58 0,-, 

35 12 

51 50 

lOi) 00 

47 26 

41 41 

53 10 

(;o 04 

42 00 

54 (»1 
53 06 

47 28 

57 89 
37 4 8 
G5 57 
71 19 
39 57 
45 20 
56 48 

4S 97 
03 09 

51 47 

48 33 

43 25 
74 68 

52 30 
50 28 
50 56 
66 67 

58 05 
36 84 
56 62 

53 06 



Xo. 



7,t'4S 

5,621 

2,376 

2,320 

9,813 

24,040 

10,335 

11,1 37 

6,761 

1 , 3,';2 

0,lv)6 
13,512 

10,281 
6,257 
6,301 
5,260 

15,552 

845 
2,445 
4,420 
6,951 
2 , 898 
4,408 

32 , .545 
7,570 
4,997 

13,610 
3,205 



9,667 
6,806 
3,778 

47,185 
4,185 
9, -^71 
5,743 
7,440 

10,702 
5,830 

17,238 
6,940 
4,048 
S,293 



Value. I .\ver;igc 
value. 



$0,657 

(i , 3 [( p 

2,425 

2,o:;o 

1 ,626 

30, (1 2., 

25,717 

13,805 

13.065 

1 , 522 

0,l'.t5 

14,217 



1 -. , 5S5 
7,860 
6,3 7t» 
0.5->C, 

15,73(1 



845 

3,600 

4,S1(; 

5,051 

3,2'.)4 

4,365 

48,335 

10,685 

4,997 

13,816 

5,979 



0,f,67 

9,004 

5,645 
86,555 

4,185 
10,138 

6,053 
11,057 
10,702 

6,01)6 
21,010 

7,061 
16,540 

3.830 



Tot lis 



10,528 



*1, 106, 004 I $56 61 811,827 Si, 044, 181 



S^l 2G 
1 13 
1 02 

1 00 

2 00 



25 

33 



1 
1 

1 25 
1 03 
1 12 

1 00 
1 05 



1 sa 

1 2S 

1 ul 
1 81 
1 01 



1 00 

1 51 
1 09 

1 00 

1 14 

09 
1 49 
1 41 

1 00 
1 01 
1 87 



1 00 
1 47 
98 
1 83 
1 00 
1 09 
1 03 
1 48 
1 OO 
1 20 
1 27 
1 Oi 
4 09 
1 77 



§1 29 



[Ixvi] 



G6 



Statement — C(»n'i'titietl. 



Ilo-.'. 



C'ii: liiiiri's iiml AVaL'um-, 



Comities. 



Ad.ias.... 
AleXiiiiikr 

IJoud 

Booii'-. . . . 
IJrowii . . . 
Bui-i'im ., . 
Ciilhuuii. . 



i\o. 



Value. 



! Aver;:;^( 
vaiuo. 



]So. I Viilue. i Avv i:)ge , 



»:-i,230 



fl»S,8'71 I .?! 54 



.Sir.o,lf.3 



0,021 

1S),ij23 
y,8u9 



5,WH 

ii,7yr) 

iy,428 



] , '.I-.'.. 



«:i,4C..-i 
38,201 
7:;, 474 
l.-i,21.3 



C'iiss 

Challipiiigli . . 
Cliii ti;in. . . . 

Clai-:. 

Clay 

Ciinioii 

Colos 

Cook 

Crav/foid. . . . 
Cunslu'i'liiiiil . 

Do Kiill. 

Df Vvitt 

Dur.-.j^o 

Edgar 

EfUviirds 

EfiinjibiiTa . . . 
Fiiyei tu. . . . . . 

Fiiiiihiin . . . . 

Fulton 

CMlkitiii 

Ciein 

CJmndy 

Htiuiiiioii. . . . 

II. nock 

JI rdin 

11* ndiisoii. . . 

}I.;.iiy 

IrotjiiDJ.s 

Jack.<ou 

JilS|H T 

J(.'ti'fl>Oll ... 
Jersey 

Jo I>H\i<'S;i. . 

Joiiiison 

K:iJ>.' 

Kuiikakee . . 
Kendall .... 

Kno.^ 

La' e 

La Salle 

L.iwionce . . 

Loe 

Livin^rston. . 

Logan 

ll.xcon 

Uacnu]'in . . 
UaUifiOQ. ... 



'.-,'.120 
1 7 , 21-0 
22,S*a 
1(5,296 
1 .3 , 0.50 
It;. 977 

7 492 
]7!820 
10,;j84 

b,'.)Il 
i 7 , 502 

, -IZ'.) 

27,122 

' 12,121) 

9,f513 
l'-,28.o 
14,354 



1G,S72 
81,084 

2,877 
14,347 
CC,(i29 

(1,1 H9 
1 8 , 0G7 
1 0,(12 2 

8,142 
17,3.'-.() 
13,222 

]ti,3.-»r, 
1 f) , 3(:.'.t 

17,232 

y,;'87 

S,(i89 
4,'J7ti 

8,3.-)7 

4y,r).->i 

(),4(i'.» 

] },9.-() 

17,373 

6,310 

3,9()5 

22,r)r.o 

14.937 
2«,RI1 
37,000 



ou,4-5r) 

18,o'.;4 

31,4 38 

27,077 
20,U44 
27,118 
54,152 
13,(/90 
21,334 
13,8(53 
13,742 
33,095 
9,.S0() 

ik;i5&2 

9,529 
16.424 

14,9177 



18,455 
C2,03(j 

3,858 
15,812 
£4,923 

9,908 
22,385 
15,387 
14,128 
30,541 
15,411 
lC.,28t) 
32,783 
21,9'.'() 
19,320 
1 1 , (•.50 

0,(131 

1(5, (.(.7 

1 1)5,547 

8,524 
21,970 
17,429 
10,237 

4,253 
3S,C.28 
18,8(18 
75,000 
74,113 



(51 



1, i-c. 

7' 'I'l 
i,5s;; 

'.i(>7 
i,27(; 

1,8.-; (5 

3 , 4 89 



ij 1 ( I 
1,837 
1 ,ni)'.i 
1,S23 
2,14f, 

07(» 

711 
1,0.57 

58(i 



4(.,i'44 
37,3;i() 
33, 4 Oil 
58,832 
33,<-.l(, 
48, '.Mi 5 
82,K;,(I 
8(5,792 



23,427 

48,4:;ii 

45,431 
40,414 
80,373 

2C.,7'..'2 

32 \ 704 
18,810 



13 

47 

(10 

f.l 

('7 
71 

2(5 
2 53 
2 00 





I W^'y 


ID 


5fi7 


1 


-.82 


73 


1'50 




8r.t 


20 


774 




41)4 


15 


(■.51 





815 


92 


t5(5f, 




lf<(i 


. 5 


74(5 


1 


088 


35 


023 






34 


onl 




(51' 1 


OH 


4(iO 




7i2 


22 


550 




9 DC) 


3Ci 


0( '3 


1 


(i(-0 


40 


591 


2 


o7t) 


09 


3( 12 




349 


10 


807 


ti 


713 


CO 


(•■81 


1 


170 


;'.3 


74 1 


1 


555 


4C. 


41' 5 


3 


2'.t4 


133 


0117 


1 


li(i5 


44 


890 


4 


0!4 


95 


912 




1141 


35 


250 


1 


447 


42 


(197 




(•.ii2 


17 


388 


1 


270 


50 


202 




829 


84 


01 


2 


705 


120 


000 


1 


875 


120 


203 



G7 



[Ixvii] 



Slat cine nt — Continue*!. 





Hogs. 


Carri 


ages and Wapoiis. 


Couutio?. 














1 


No. 


Value. 


.\M'IMgt'. 

va.iue. 


No. 


Value. 


.\vi i;igO 
va:i,e. 


1 
Sl^uioii 


14, CO!) 


$17,732 


>?,! 22 


1 , !(;9 


$43,82(3 


(:.7 43 


>,iiiisi,ii;i 


8,-i;i2 


ii),a.j() 


1 31 


1,531 


49,702 


■.):>. 50 


M;!S01l 


7,S2i 


ii,2;^>:; 

'.i,4rt > 


1 >i(i 
1 21 


^M,lh7 

:^-\ 


«4,79U 
11,127 


1:'' ol 


Ma..<ar 


:•■.' 73 


McDoiiou-h ' 


.3:;, (;:;:. 


5i ,^4i! 


1 53 


1 , 980 


77,501 


05 


MiHcnrv 


]2,r.0() 


I(;,ii2ti 


I 33 


2,4 22 


02,000 


- . i3 


Jl(Lo;'.ll 


ii8,r,::^; 


/>7,'.M1 


2 0(5 


2,472 


101,703 


:•; 14 


Mi!l!;iid 


2^],'7!7 


o ;(,.->.•).', 


1 07 


1,181 


49,584 


:i.98 


Morcf r 


2i,*)|U 


40, X.-) 4 


1 91 


1,487 


59,120 


3^ 76 


Jlonioe 


12,iy:i 


12,4(>8 


i 02 


1,310 


37,105 


-S 20 


UdiiijiiHiiC'iy 


\ '•jHC-i 


l.\13'.» 


1 01 


l,-i(l2 


32,782 


■1 ; ;-;8 


Jloiji:!!' 


■:o, ibt; 


80, !i- 


2 U 


2 , 3 ill 


70,400 


• -' 05 


Jloiiltriu 














0-lf 


17,78:^ 


20 . 80 ] 


1 51 


2 , 294 


70,494 


•'. 7:i 


Pooi ia 


2',),7i>7 


44,44(1 


1 50 


3,:;05 


111,021 


••:: 77 


PflTV 


8,2;h; 


8,2'.(0 


1 (lO 


812 


20,.S25 


:. 04 


Tiatt 


t< ,511 


J 8 . 040 
S4,Mi 


1 90 
1 01 


499 
3,l.-.l 


22,811 

123,28ii 


'.. 72 


Pike 


-' . ' •> 


I'mio 




Pulask; 


7,741 


7,741 


1 no 


l'J5 


7,270 


■ : z'l 


Piitn-.uM 


") , (lO'.l 


G,7S2 


1 3) 


800 


S2,-J9'.: 


:,7 29 


K;ui»l<)lpu 


ir,,3i>7 


19,?,74 


1 18 


l,o:;ii 


53,895 


:,:; 06 


Fui-hlitiHl 


12,41-2 


12.580 


1 (11 


8:'4 


28,000 


: 30 


I(..ck itflaiHl 


14,257 


20,099 


1 41 


1 . 503 


57,870 


:., .13 


baline 


I4,:;r2 


14,411 


I On 


310 


9,771 


'JS 73 


iSiingaiiion 


52,24o 


74,102 


1 41 


2 , 884 


137,882 


4 7 si 


Schuvlc:' 


2ti,l 88 
i:>,448 
2.-),.-.M4 


4 ! , oO(» 

15,. 57;^ 

SI, 227 


1 58 
1 01 
1 22 


1,521 

777 

1,3(»2 


59,413 
27,220 
55,874 


:"i9 ud 


Feu It. 


35 03 


Siifll.v 


-I': 91 


Staik 


Ki, 1h7 


10,791 


1 28 


1,005 


35,4:39 


;^5 26 


St. Claii- 




Stt'lihciiSDii 


22,(>2r) 


22,748 


1 (11 


2,384 


00,931 


I's 08 


'IVzew.lI 


24,40o 


oi,7;-2 


1 3n 


2,702 


93,492 


-■; CO 


Uui,,ii 


18,5i;3 
;i:!,l4r) 


17, 20 J 
51,740 


93 
I 50 


ao2 

2,537 


31,:380 
99,083 


30 4i 


V- i:Mi!ioii 


':..' 08 


Wal.ash 


ri,88'.t 


12,9:59 


1 (HI 


730 


24,218 


:',:'. 90 


Warn 1, 


42, 28,-) 


70,7:3:? 


1 81 


2,179 


80,500 


39 73 


WasililLton 


1:^,401 


14,215 


1 (lO 


1 , 356 


47,7U0 


35 18 


Uavne 


1H,C,J7 
2'.:t,:'.*;:i 
1 1 , 0<i6 


21,955 
29,140 
2:^,580 


1 12 

1 (10 

2 02 


953 

937 

1,538 


32,210 
34,031 
5 1 , 9! 8 


33 80 


AViihc 


36 :>2 


Whteside 


35 70 


Will 


7 , (; 1 •{ 


11, ('78 


1 46 


•2,722 


-72,042 


20 09 


WilliaMison 


15,S.V.> 


4;i,217 


1 :;4 


.')72 


17,02'! 


::0 80 


Wiiuu'bajro 


h»,i(m:» 


r.i,:;2<' 


1 91 


2,4::0 


71,632 


29 41 


Wood lord 


1G,1UJ 


24,5:32 


1 52 


1,3-1 


51,723 


37 13 


Totals 


1,689,5:37 


$2,512,815 


$1 49 


138,051 


$4,756,459 


^;i4 30 



[Ixviii] 



(38 



Statimcn'i — Contiiniet]. 



Clotkj i=nJ Watelics 



Pi.ni 



Count V. 



No. 



A('.1!U>. 



7,'.>oi 



Value. 



AvciMge 

v.; hie. 



No. 



$;i7,741 



V.luo. 



.?i-2,;:i;s ! ;;i-> ^i 



Boii.l 

Boi)iif 

lirowii 

Bun-:ui 

Ca'iiuiu;i. . . . 

Cai rui! 

Ca., 

Ch',-,M,.:l. ... 

Chir. 

C!,n 

Clli, u 

(•..i.. 

Col) 

U,-..u.u..i... 

Cum iicil .lui, 

Du K;ill) 

De Uiti 

Du I'.i-c 

t:<l-ur 

Kdwuiilr. . . . 
Eliiuirli.iin . . 
Fav.Mi'.'. ... 
Fi'.iiiUiiu ... 
FuiUiu. ... 

G11II..1111 

Giv. 1, 

(ivUU ..... 
II.UlliiilMl. . . 
lI-,UK-(»ek... 
lli.lMII, 

Ilc-iider-t.u. . 

\h■w■^ 

lnK(iioi>. . . . 
.Tink-iiii. . . . 
JilSprl . . . . 
JeHi'i'.-<(iii. . . 

JcTr.l'V 

Jo Diivifss . 
Joliiisoii. . . . 

Kail • 

KaivicHKif . 

Ki'iidall 

Kiiox 

Lalv 

La Sailr. . . 
Lawri'iicc. 
Lcc....... 

Livin-stdU. 

]i(>{::»Il 

Maioii. . . . 
II;u-oupiii. . 
Madison. . . 
Maiiuu .... 



l,(i:: 

2,1- 

11 



2, t:'-8 
G,7:il 

l,ll:» 



7-") 7 

4»S 

1 , Giif. 

98(J 
l,C2i» 

1,;<;.2 



1,7.->V 

1 ,Oi(i 

i,(i;ii 
1,7'jy 

GK) 

82',t 
407 



•147 
l,4ur. 

711 

2,7:50 
lie. 
',)'.) 1 

! 11)1 1 
• U'.J 
72u 

7117 

l,:.v,t 

;ui 

;i,5.i 

988 
l,'i'.»8 
2,7'i2 

1 , (ic<; 

3,4;.2 
917 

1,:W7 

514 

Uf.I 

tns 

2,158 
2,040 
1,047 



7,o7S 
0,71)5 
o,o98 

1.1,821 
4,<i.)7 
5, o'.l7 

!:>,« lu 

l.;,(;j:. 



2,5.1 

-1,:!4i) 
(;,4:i;j 
0,oc^7 
12,291 
a, 45 1 
0.2 '.('..> 
G,6S1 

:s,;;75 



4,y.;2 

ii).;;b2 

s,;>io 

2,181 

15,4'.)0' 

1,:J70 

5,8(il 

t»,0O'.> 

4 ,211 
4,11 .. 

4 , W'i 
5,:i51 

4,:»7.S 

]:;,o:;;i 
2,272 

1 1,075 
5,117 

5. l:i'.i 
ii,t;5(; 

0,879 
If., 552 
5,478 
8,8o(> 
2,284 
7,504 

n,:i25 
l}l » , ot 10 
1;5.016 

6,673 



lo 



10 



4.)ii ' 4 5 tM) 

210 I 120 00 

,050 1 J<0 28 

50 50 00 



],0;)5 
50ii 



121 .,7 

i.ia 07 



1,0 !;o I 2117 50 

2ui^ I 200 00 

8'.'5 110 17 

1,7-iO -.12 60 



l,.'o.i 

I ,o:-(i 

l,vl i5 

r,o 

2 , .. 1 5 

200 

78«i 
1,5 75 

;ii to 



15(i 

O-.O 

'.•50 

0,955 



97 50 



I ,i';.ii j i-io oo 

2.(iOi) 1 20(^00 

820 I 91 11 



■i I y.y) 



\V.) 
127 
150 
l:ilt 
200 
l.iO 
121 
15>» 



;.l 

oO 
2i 
50 

7a 

00 
00 

15 
00 



21 1? 
lo5 
1 >3 



00 
07 
71 
60 



;{ 97 


72 


5,81.5 


M (,Z 


5 IS 


1 


•195 


70 71 


;! '.»o 


12 


1,1 '.15 


99 58 


5 42 


■i5 


;i,9o,") 


80 77 


4 IH 


21 


1,335 


55 6i 


4 80 


01 


5 , 7 7t.i 


94 5'J 


r> 97 








»5 


28 


3,048 


130 2!) 


4 2> 


1 


40 


40 00 


7 81 


1 


200 


2oO 00 


7 8. 


5 


05O 


130 00 


13 yo 


10 


1 , 500 


150 00 


6 38 


71 


12,570 


177 04 


8 -29 


2 


428 


2U UV 



G'J 



[Ixlx] 



Sfatrnfii! — Coiitiiriiefl. 





Clock 


5 mil Wate! 


OS. 


Phiiioo. 


Connry. 


No. 


V..i-..c. 




No. 

1 - 


V.Iue. 


.Vv^ r:ig(3 
Viilutf. 


M:.r.:, tli 

Jl a ^MP 


1 , 4 i 5 

41- 
l,7Vn 
•i , !1 ' 
2,Jcl 

s;s 

l.loS 
1,U(;3 

2,1 i;; 


:;/.)(, 2 
!],'.■;,;; 

7,2.s.-) 
l:i,o;.-i 

r),t;oO 

7,'.l:i'.» 

;),i!82 

g,;;1j 

I4,i;»7 


5^5 7C' 
4 8o 


?2,125 


■!;|25 00 


ihts^i!- 

M<-i'i)i)o;!j;ii . . . 

Moli-Kv'. 

Mcl.ann' 

r.hniir^! ■ 

>Lnv..v..> 

JMoiudi. ; . . . . 

Mont.<i;isi;.rM 

liw-un.... 

Mo-li !•••.' 


n 4:i 
G 7! 
?, !■■> 

s :;7 

G GS 
G 7 7 

3 1-: 


8 
Is 

l.» 

.1 

; 
■) 

G4 


1,.<. 
l,55o 

2,1 GO 
2,!S45 

;;5o 
775 
(.55 
o8o 
9,440 


7., 00 
l.)3 75 
120 00 

nu 74 
175 00 
1..3 75 
11 00 
120 67 
117 50 


Od; 


2,2S1 

2,7.yj 

4iu 

A ;.;2 
2,87.J 


lii..)vr.i 

rj,i;v.i 

2.::. -12 
IS,. Si 18 


4 Gl 
7 OG 

5 I- 
G i't) 

6 .54 


15 
Gt 

1 



13 


l.i'3ii 

7,2it5 
75 

2, 205 


128 67 


Ix'or'ui 

l^'i'T 

I'll:!, 


113 98 
75 00 


rivc 


i ''-1 f.2 






l^ll...^k• 


IJi 

7i'r 

l,r>i'i 

1,4:J7 

2, My 

1,477 

21/1 

1,02J 

yo7 


2,4b • > 
5.HG 
7,0--n/ 
4, Gill 
ll,l2.i 

i,.;+s 

2:;, 212 

11.1 ,G 

1,40J 

G,7H7 

4,22.] 


12 80 

6 44 

4 77 

5 78 

7 74 
5 48 

11 .a 

7 57 
4 cS4 
G f)2 
4 51 


1 

;» 

G 


l.O 

l,o50 

..02; 1 


• ■■n 00 
U>^ rt7 
! IS 33 


1; '11 !i)i;jii 

RiLiI'l.n 1 


Ko'.k i.l 11 1 


14 

1 

o 


4,11.. 

I>s;iu7 

2,570 

loo 

450 

285 


j ' 70 






Sin,'![i'. u 


1.5 39 
1S3 57 
1 10 00 

] .0 00 
VI '■ 00' 


Scott . . . 

St Ilk 


St. t'l ir 




Stciihi 11 ^..11 


2 , Go 'J 

2,1S'.» 

yiu 

2 222 

50 J 
1 ,SS.j 
DiU 
7:M 
7i;:_) 

i,;;i7 

2,;i.H» 

;>'.)G 

2,r.l.> 

1,211 


l'),lt,S.^, 

U,'.)S7 
5,;)7'i 

13,Goi) 
;{,21G 

12,07<) 
4,827 
4,ll;l 
G,47;; 
'J, 401 

r!,.;:o 

o,124 

l-.,r,(iG 

7,41.-, 


4 IG 
G 85 
G 50 

f, 1.. 

5 70 
G 40 
5 01 
5 Gl 
8 4 7 
7 14 
5 7o 
7 8;) 
G IS 
G 13 


2u 

18 

5 

G 

2 

10 

1 

5 
15 

2S 


2,3oo 

2,150 

7 '.10 

l,2;i5 

175 
1 , 735 , 

2o 

2.50 

f.8o 

7.5U 

r.,05-1 


i ! -. 00' 
11' 44 


VllillTl 


1 ) S 00 




•'!.5 8S 


Wal.;../., 

A\ a.sir.ir'tiiii 


.S7 50 

173 50 

•• f 00 




i'5 00 


Whir,- 


1 1 .; oO 


WhitcsHlc 


..0 00 
' ' ' vO 


Vv'ill 






AVinii'!).i;iii 


4o 

1 


o/Jl-; 

r)o 


■.■7 8? 

5.) oO 




12t,4'.)4 


§7i;i,211 


.^5 'Jl 


1227 


■•si ".■.,158 


.1:7 27 



[IxxJ 



ffaleoiful — C')!ilinued, 



Counties. 


Goods and 
ineivliaiidisc. 


iJuiiki-r-' jiio- 
poilv. 


Mannfactiirod 
uiiicle.'S. 


MoiH'v jiiid 
cifdits. 


llr.iils 
.~tO(.-k.<, etc. 




Value. 


Vahii>. 


Value. 


Value. 


Value. 


A(l;nii-: 

A!,.\,iii1i'i' 


$•265,407 


5;5-i,25ri 


8117,180 


1505,384 


^^72,107 


Bom! 












Boii.i- 


77,o3ii 

8ii! i;'.i; 

26,-lln 


07, 500 


5, 725 

8,8oo 
0,575 


8o, <c>^o 
153,455 
188,435 

20,730 


1,501) 




2,394 


Ban;:u 




2,383 


Cir-!! . 








C:.SS 


75,725 

7ii,;»it5 

o2,iilMI 

.'■/.»,-i;i7 

27,851 

3(i,,S:i ) 

12-.i,2l2 

61, I'.H) 


1,150 
5 , oO( ) 


11,780 
4,570 
3,200 

11,152 


15:!, 141 
142,;'-21 

53.428 
101,073 

07,465 
110,550 
232,380 
200, lo8 


2 , 500 


Clmiti]! iiji;i 


12,1(10 


Clark . . 




1 , 385 


Clav 




3,000 






1,440 
1 1 , Slt7 




Col 's 


163,2118 




Conk ... . 




Crinvi.iril . . . 










5,732 
51 ,554 
()^,lt'5 
53,23f. 

;ti'.77i> 
2C.,;i3n 
2iJ,cSi(^ 
3J, 181 
!» , n i 5 






11,438 

150,008 

145,8:;2 

118,558 

313,050 

83, -J 50 

12,173 

12,313 

31,(»:U 




De K:lll. 




1 , 508 
8,33'o 

7, 775 

1,007 

775 

13,000 

2,145 




De Witt, . 






Du I'ligo 

Ed"-ar 


141,325 




Edwaiijs 




5,250 


Effiii'-liiiT 


5(»0 




Favi'tte 


27,705 


FrMitklin 






Fult(n> 






GHliaiin 


88,725 

l(r.','.!7fi 

51,-l(i() 

l:i,-139 

132, 71'(> 

i;i,i()U 

(13, 33(1 
72,81-1 
32,41'5 
U;,8l(t 
2ii,<tl2 

13,lMl 

51:!, 585 

li',5-J() 

I'.'l'. 170 

^(;,(c.2 

]:;( 1,51)11 

(;i»,(;75 

SI 11, (lilt 
31,325 

iiit,5'-.t; 

1 1,515 

78,(110 

(■|8, 188 

221,202 


270,282 


l,10i) 

15, |C,(i 

4,575 

1,70!) 

15,183 

1,473 

1 ,()75 

l,7oo 

1,31m; 

5,4 55 

250 

1,055 

10,nlU 

18,l05 

225 

00,318 

2,i'li5 

.^.oll 

12,022 
3, 7l'2 

20, 120 
3,257 

12,320 

80 

5,105 

5,4 32 

5,0U0 


2i; , u;%7 

350,020 

30,110 

31,531 

202,120 

■ 0,221 

08.000 

142,0:!o 

70,081 

87,11*2 

3. 1 , 358 

88,572 

lol,04S 

00,272 

10,201 

280,220 

Ol!l28 

147,831 

375,800 

loo, 6 10 

2o7,()30 

01,114 

127,202 

20,453 

25 1,101 

8,218 

200,000 


38 , 240 


Gi'iimly 

namiiron 

H:n..(H-k 

Hanliii 


, 000 
1,000 


3 , COO 


0,780 


Hendcrf-oii 

Homv 




2,000 






12.) 








Jas[> r 

JelV< M-oii . 










Jerst' \ . . . . 

Jo l)ai ' ;;< 

Jnln.M). 

\\M:i' 

K--I- ' ■■ 

Koiirlall 


lo,onii 
74,007 


200 
8,. 500 


115,370 


20,9l.> 

8,00() 

10,721 


Knox 


200 

131 /.t37 

10,000 

50,0i:0 

5(J0 


6,234 


Laic- 

La Sail.- 

\jVV 


17,508 
3,53."» 
1,273 


LiviliL'fi'oil ...... 

Lop«ii 

Macrii 

IIatoui)iii 






1 , 05() 
500 



S.'a'c vicnt — C o n t i i : 1 1 e (K 



[Ixxi] 



<.'i)ii:i,ii'P. 



Mnriuh .... 

>lLl!:-!Kiil . . . 

Mii.-oii 

M:i:= .-.:<• 

Ml-] ■. l:.Mll;ll 

Mc-i!-i.:v.'.-. 
McL. :ll,'. ... 

Jlciiiiid 

Mpir< r. ... 
Moil I (H' . . . . 
ildiii; dihii '. . 
Moi;;.n...". 
5it:u!!;M- ... 

^'^1' 

Pi'oi ; 

Pen- 

Fi;=t! 



f.'IXl C-liilIldiH( . 



Value. 



I'iUikois' pio 
]ii'i ty. 



Value. 



of 

r>ti 



,rj3 

.■ITS 



{■,'■•> 

02 



■ > •") 5 



r,15 
81'i I 



^5,600 



84,000 



oO , 



sc.i 

u50 



10,iiO(> 



M;niut';iciui I'l! 
;ii tii-'cs. 



Value. 



!;?>.'], 02u 

14',7.'.1 

l,r,.-,.j 

7t;o 

4,:.2.j 

C,5liO 

12, 560 

6,815 

1 , 542 

lo,;.!- 



28,;i-!0 



jMoiicy ;iinl i ['oii(!,«, 
elL'uilS. ':>t(iuks, etc. 



Viiluo. 



Value. 



8412. 

84. 
145. 
102! 

21. 
1!)(.. 

25(;, 
4;5(;, 

173. 

22S. 

127. 

8ii. 

487. 



013 

(Ui8 

;mi 

S7:; 
72(1 
!)-18 
449 

5o;> 

582 
345 
241 

!>;>.) 
7t)0 



?2 1,830 
12,270 



4,151 



1,017 
050 



Fik.- 

l'"i>* 

rul;-,~: 1 

I'utn; 111 

lliiliii.lill 

Rielil; lul 

Koi'k Irtln.d 

Sulii.c 

S:ill;j,:ini!;ii 

J^ollUNiei- 

Ir^oott 

Slu-li.v 

Stark'. 

St. ClMir 

Btet)!:riiS()ii 

T:iZ'-u,ll 

Ihiii'ii 

Vei'ii:'i;i)ri 

W;;!v -1; 

War; "11 

Vv^is'iiii',;ion 

Wmu;. ' 

Whit. 

\Vlii;r>;ile 

Will 

WitliMiiMir 

Will!. .I.:'.-..... . 

WoOtilDIll 



412 



17 



, 7M 

,45s; 

,1)50 

, 7iiti 



1,167 

G'.),5(.0 



12,(i'.'0 
4,473 



901) 



23,Vi7 



17U 
28 
81 

5S7 






•lOl 
717 



5,505 
5,350 

305 
1,646 



10, 
42, 
88, 

;;4 . 

210, 
0, 

o7'.'. 
87, 
44. 
05, 
31. 



SU7 I 
15'1 ' 

102 

O'.tO . 
500 . 

074 !. 

755 I. 



t\n) 



i7,400 

.^8,057 



3,2liO 
13,430 
15,705 
35,977 
25 
54,1S« 
16,024 

6,085 
12,030 

2,180 



20,tM!0 

83, 38;' 

5i!,2'.i2 

78,570 

17o,os7 

10.77'J 

1,113.034 

188,8(17 

155, (i56 

100,739 

Il3,4tt0 



35 
4 


908 
930 


7(» 


450 


7 
10 


390 
453 



50 
,859 



17(1 

in 

78 
113 

120 
25 
31 
CS 
89 

142 



092 
,1*3.;-; 
1 225 
, 029 
,940 
. 8 S .'i 



25,(.!iiU 

1 ;-o 



111.410 



, .'.( l( » 
,390 
131 
,750 
,Ot"iO 



22,472 
10,014 
185 
7,9(i7 
6,140 
2,757 
4,552 



250,032 

1 . 000 

225,088 



281 

40 



951 

(ik; 



27,500 



Tor.ils ;JS, 423,019 §'2, 515, 534 



5,t»15 

4,895 
10,678 

3,000 
23,714 

4 , 024 



184,980 
234,0115 
110.170 
482.925 

73,319 
240,90,9 
1(!0,3C)9 

58,231 

179,222 

275.147 

30.149 

102,31-8 

182,757 



1,OGO 
3,105 
8,605 
. 356 
4 , 900 
27,000 
140 



10,(i50 

4,40<) 

15,523 

6,150 
2,990 



$881, 951 I fit, 871. 340 ! $000,849 



[Ixxii] 



%2 
Sta'cnrr.nl— Continued. 



Alfxiiiulor 

Bond 

Boone . . . 
Br<i\\ n ... 

Buiv.n... 



Counties. 



Uiionumorated 
propcitv. 



A^ulue. 



;i5,5]i I 



Deductions. 



?;i3j,nsi 



i ersounl pro- 
peii.)-. 



?2,f.71,407 



Callinnii. 
C;uToll . 



Clianip iirii 
Cnii.-fi.Hi. . 

Cl.irl; 

Clay 

Ci-ntoii.. . . 

Coles 

Cook 



Crawford. . . 
"^CuniliorlaiKl 

UoKalb 

De Witt 

Du Page... 
Ed-Hi- 



EdWMtds . 

Etfinjiliiini 
Fnveitiv . . 
Fiiiiiklin . 
Fulton. . . . 
Cdliitiu . 

GlVMO... 

Grundy . . 
Iliiinilioii 
Haiico.k . 
ll.iidin. . . 
HoTidi'i-son 
ll'ory . . . 
lrorj;ioi<. . 
Jaeksoi... 



Je(r.' 



Jr) Daviess 
Johnson. . . 

Karirt 

KanlfiiK-ee. 
Ke.ul.ll... 

Kn<ix 

Luke 

LaS.uie. .. 
Lawi-ciK'j . 

Ij«m» 

Liviiipiaton . 
L'>n;aii . . . . 
M leon. . . . 
MaeO'iphi . 
M.iui:?oii . . 



f.4,()77 

1,140,948 

5t>,432 



7i.t.0'.',t 

7<;.c,iii 

l-'),nl7 
lliO,](i-2 
S;'./i,:;;;o 
52.;, (•..S2 

2i2,;u:i 

7,:'iiis,s.-.2 

IS L002 

:;7,4:.i 
(•,.-.,217 

.Sii, SU 

]:i4,4'.''.i 
;;i).2iU 
;;!,:u;7 
5.-,/.ti.s 

40, Nil 



.7,:.(;n 



;m,(i7i) 
I2i,(;:;.-) 



87 
4 1 



,','110 
■)-;; 

, ;; I ! 

,14!' 
.."m.S 
r,:;, ):;n 
l.!7,001 

r)!,0(;s 
1. -).-., 714 

<ii,"sr. 
Ml, -.2:; 
1'j7,.-.i1 

4l,;w:i 
10.-^, 822 
74i\u,s7 
li!i2.1.38 
2- 7, \:yi 
2.Sii,4!M 
22!»,58;i 

i;i)0,oiM) 

685, 110 



si;,*; IS 

4o,25-) 



2'.i,48'.) 
2.-),(>C() 
2 9, 2 IS 
20 92 1 



9,9.-,0 
71,-j-'l 

:.9,:i92 



, 9 I S 

, 1 ir. 



12 
6.") 

i^(;,,;ii5 

44,94:j 
82,411 

s,t;!->7 

4,0o-> 
10,990 



8,290 

r.:'.,2;'.7 

24. l.-)2 

7.SiS 
OS, 12.-) 



21,219 



20. Ctrl 
iH.OS,") 
li', 12-) 
19,:!'.)S 

l(i,S9;j 

(■.,s:i:i 

2,0S2 

o*;,<)i;i 

;; 1,909 

r.4,222 
71.1.-.:; 
4:j.(j;!9 
8-^,91S 

1 1 , r>;;o 



8,.-i9I 

r.2.8so 

2 -.,709 
91,070 
7!5,OOt» 



P 80,. 5 66 
r)0.>,2.J4 
0SU.119 
26.".. 763 



72o,926 

018,026 

;i78,l:-)4 

700,409 

(•.:'8,4S4 

1,120.1)99 

1,4:. 2, 4:59 

8,5^;'.,844 

4:.>>,425 

?:V.).0!9 

t:;r7,i;26 

0-.5,763 

S:'S,841 

l,'.;il,580 

2s':;,4r.-5 

■):;.-). 194 

2 s 7, 04 8 

2,'./,3,;}78 

t;:6,90". 

I,"!:";, 6 50 

:;•: 1,800 



l,";i;,r,76 
]2i,o:Jl 
'!S|,,-)ll 
7:;i,013 
.M.-.,220 
4^17,544 
2S.->,466 

4:-;'.),470 

.^i 7 8, 803 
l,4-.8,or.2 

2.; 1,4 64 
], 508, 789 

49S,430 

789,48.5 
1,907,130 

8"0,580 
l,7->u,9S9 
l,(t98,ir>2 
1,01 '.2, 865 

•!V1,150 

1,11;-;, 897 
0,17,347 

l,7.'?i,48!) 
2,420.351 



13 



flxiii] 



Miisoii . 
Jiassir. 

Mil,.- .. 

Moiv... 
Hdiiki,'. 

Mouli.i. 
Ogh.-... 
Peoiia . 
Fen y. . 

riiitf, . . 

Pike... 
Tope . . 
Fulaski 
Putn.ui; 

Kic!ii;'.ii 

Saline . 



Sc-hmltT . . . 

Si-oU 

Shulbv 

Stark' 

St. Clair . . , 
Stcplic'iisuii 
Tazewol! . . , 

Ui\i<>n 

Vei iiiiliuii . , 
Wabash... 
Warron . . . 



Wnslilimtnii 
Way. !<;'.... 

Whit." 

WlnU'.-«i,l.'.. 
Will 

Willi.UPS.Ml. 

Win.i.o^.-o. 
Woddibixl . 



IJri: rniiiK'i'ulcd 
[jioj.i'i-ty. 



CoUIltK'P. 



85, 
4.-), 

13), 
'273. 
433. 

07, 

;ni 

1-27 



001 

!)»;:; 
481 
079 

4-2-2 

■! '.) 2 

5-17 
:^:^) 

4C,1 

480 



Keductloii.- 



$18.?12 
37,527 



oi,s-i'; 

T) 7,5 7 '2 
3S,2fH) 
27,r,;j() 
14,78.:'. 
180,425 



2(:«; 

5jI) 
49 
30 

240 



114 
589 
770 
6t)2 
,898 



U]-; 



150 



79, 

94, 
289, 
1 5-J 

30. 

,18!, 

121, 



811,708 
55, 537 



190, 
81 

181 
27 

GO 

4;' 
102 
109 

50 
240 

90 



473 
107 

7'.a 

(193 
214 
791 
540 
S21 
, 279 
, 528 
,401 
,348 
,95'-. 
,029 



31,218 



85,302 



10,879 
27,038 
47.7SS 



0,305 
34,829 



20,194 

49,079 

9,425 

180,745 

01 i I 

154,382 

11,704 

lo,S9o 

7,557 

9,192 

73,011 

1,042 



pro- 



,747 


14,077 


490 




,728 


633,128 


,515 


24,702 


,5U5 





I'' 1 '>• 



1-552,663 


•.•i5,5© 


; l,3o6 


l'.i>,683 


1.' 70,086 


]. -"-2,349 


2. ■:2,756 


7'.-5,083 


1.0 13, 033 


5:1,143 


1.3i9,84G 


1, ''.13,543 


M 7 7, 038 


1,2.-6.681 


2,007,145 


:;63.349 


395,800 


2,o;;f,,15l 


211,3% 


125,050 


5:;G,272 


703,915 


.'-.80,196 


1, 1:13,523 


185,954 


8,7M5,297 


972,101 


454,707 


790,824 


5.50,515 


1.151,210 


1,108,510 


1,350,457 


501, Oil 


1,790,978 


310,400 


1,297,805 


0tiG,538 


405,6^0 


750,83-J 


9 14 , 875 


1 , f->i i5 , 509 


310,838 


1, 14 J, 496 


o-i-L,933 



Totals 



>;22,'.i 8,937 



><.>,■( 5,1, ftt-'j 



$:;5.- jt^sSS 



[Ixxiv] 



.74 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 


Town lots. 


Lands. 


Toti;l yaluc of 
real and per- 
sonal proper- 
ty. 




?2, 66 4,779 


.94-, 04 7, 829 


?;!>,'> Q4 01s 


Alexiuid.'r 


1,148 
1,491 

],'.-:o7 
1,573 
4,928 
56'.» 
1,2:58 
2,(152 
2,719 
1,790 
2.662 
1,7:50 
3,520 
5 , ( H 15 
31, 653 
1,870 

l,Oil 

3,425 
2 , 506 
2 , 694 
4,l:!9 

8.89 

935 
],4:!9 

796 
5,911 
1,310 
3,324 
2,Io3 

820 
4,867 

381 
1,565 
3,352 
2,684 
1,520 
1,427 
1,26:! 
1,950 
5,415 

6(11 
4,813 
1,986 
2.780 
f.,3(V2 
2,683 
6,96:! 
2,306 
4,009 

US 

2 , 1 00 
5,210 

8,:io4 


185 


Boii'l ... ... 






855 


Boone 


219,370 

8;> , 057 

255,245 

8,915 


1,1(!7,585 

919,423 

2,593,573 

296,477 


5"1 


Brown 


734 


Bur^iiui , 

Calhoun 


937 
155 




066 


Cas* 


283,026 
189,830 

81,969 
260,197 

63,926 

111,110 

22(t,253 


1,645,298 
1,940.616 
1,3;-! 0,1 96 
1,635,926 

968,127 

2, 279, 9 '.'9 

3,293,040 

2i;, 116,361 

1,329,656 

787,714 
2,461,280 
1,649,057 
1,758,687 
2 , 729 , 805 

487,081 

633,838 

017,393 

482,865 
3,317,052 

497,508 
1,927,610 
1,487,407 

518,46;: 
2,937,063 

23 5,:: 5 S 

879,785 
2,:i7l,918 
2,o7i>,0i!l 

996,877 
1, 102,957 

718, 114 
1,250,7611 
1,747,111 

415,611 
2,516,9;!0 
1,312.55S 
1,899,649 
3,753.970 
1,583,065 
4,062,992 
1,116,571 

2,541,13:-: 

1 ,656,09 1 

2,06;!, 55:5 

l,259,oS2 
3,209,20:! 
4,222,983 


•'50 


Champaign 

Christii'H 


072 
319 


€lark 

Clav 


593 
537 


Clinton 


"08 


C(i!ed 


741 


Co<,k . . 


'>05 


Cniwiord 


l!>2,0!'4 

17,066 

121,347 

211,357 

96,806 

188, (J55 

60,04 9 

58,018 

86,972 

26,200 

53(),133 

165,601 

152,870 

251,587 

2 1,415 

08:;, 005 

21,753 

2ul,llS 

215,758 

67, "26 

56.159 

::s , 7 1 3 

55,960 

126,720 

2,209,752 

11, no:, 

8,788,271 
]75,:!82 
100,77!! 
041,279 
299,848 

1,113,565 
61,522 
465,618 
41.700 
185,749 
224,295 
2(17, 2:;5 

1,661,117 


175 




399 




953 




177 


Du Pa""e 


334 


Ed<);ar 


440 


Eiiwai'ds 


987 


EfBii'.5liani 


;50,S 


Faveltt! 


559 


Franklin 


113 


Fulton 


463 


Gallatin 


07i 


Greene 

Grundy 


160 
860 


Hamilton 


"8.i 


Hancock 


644 


Hardin 

Hcnder.jon 


745 
414 


Hcnrv 


'>89 


Iroquois 


IK) 


Jaek.M)n 

Jaap('r 


880 
13fT 


JcfFcf.-ton 


844 


Jersey 


■•'88 


Jo I)avii'.s:< 

Johnson 


515 

080 


Ktino. 


090 


KankaUeo 


370 


Kendall 


00") 


Knox 


379 




493 


La Salle 


490 


Lawrence 


545 


L(?e 


616 




944 


Lop;.in 


199 




7H 


Maooniiin 


007 


kadis,' 


451 



T5 



[ixxv] 



Sta'f vicn ! — C o \. ? i ?i n f d . 



Maiion 

Marsh lil . . . 

Mason 

Massiu- 

McDonouijli . 
MellciuN . . . 
McLean .... 
MenaTil .... 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgciinery 
Mor-aii...'.. 
Moultrie . . . 

Osle 

Peoria 

Verrv 

Piatt 

Pike 

P. 



ipe 



Piilat-ki 

Putn;;iii . . . . 
Raridolpli . . 
Eicliianc!... 
KockLlaud. 

Saline 

Baiigiiniou. . 
Sclmvler . . . 

Bcott 

Bhel!)v 

Btark 

St. Clai:. .. 
StepJieMsoii. 
Tazewell . . . 

Viiioii 

Vcrn!i!i(>ii , . 
Waba-sl) . . . . 
Wanvn . . . , 



Wasliir.-ton 

Waviie 

Wli'ite 

Whitesiil--. . 

Wil! 

W)lli:ui>0!l. 
Winr.i'iKisro. 
Woodlord . , 



Counties. 



Tow a lots. 



100. 
121, 
262, 
UHJ, 

"(To, 
147, 

lir., 

57 

40 ! 

313. 

2,I!>4, 

22. 

31. 



8'-t) 
312 
180 

s;io 

!i;.'7 
7S:. 

y.io 

02. J 
\v,\\ 
,229 

".i4r) 
,4(il 
,774 

tj.vj 

740 

2t;o 



Tot: 



8.-., 

4(,>8, 

9.-), 

,6o4. 

7, 

,1*67. 

1S2, 

1 o5, 

9t;, 
, 1 .">t I , 

t:2 ! , 

472. 
110, 
l<.f7. 
111. 



, l.v; 
,8iS 
,117 
, 5 1 C. 

,(;;).'] 

G02 

, r)2o 
, 5:)8 

,;-)'.)6 

t;2:i 
, 178 
,4.-.(> 
. l:;ii 
, 1 1 : i 

, .-)( '5 



i:;;) 
540 
C4I 

4'.> 
89:; 

S?. 



S:-!ii 
,72S 

, r.-)St 

.r>lS 
,2'.J1 
2.'.n 

,tJSS 
, 40O 



DO,") 



Laii 



1 , ~i(iK, 

428, 
2,oO'.<, 
2,0;J7. 

4,;;2r,. 
i.c.n 

2 ;!'.''2 
l!212, 
1,48-") 
o,048 

86(; 

C,,->S8, 

o,o64, 

821, 

1 , S24 , 

8,129, 

^(37, 

fi64, 

827, 

i,4ii;. 

889, 
2,021. 

320, 
0,670. 
1,346 



1,45.5 
1 ,289 
4,320 
2,112 
3,062 

66o 

3 9"'"' 

'491 

2 . 634 

1,357 

886 

674 
2 . 674 
3,763 

583 
3,. Mo 
2,291 



001 
(;,"u 
.■■,( I.J 
'.17 
■76."". 
143 
3.j3 
716 
94 6 
904 
610 
(>iO 
690 
9. -,3 
229 
6(4 

A\\ 

783 
210 
246 

813 
832 
226 
150 
735 
438 
988 
178 
271 
786 
.^IT 
782 
,445 
,083 
,866 
,112 
,484 
,611 
,186 
,409 
,9.54 
,819 
89 i 



r.,tii 



value of 
■■.\\ avii] per- 
;!i;il pioper- 



.*2,1CD,S44 
2,630,091 
1,577, 4 "ZS 

75S,T80 
3, 642, HI 
4,126,429 
7,339,894 
2,560,45(i 
3,585.980 
1,839,972 
2,863,067 
5.206,783 
1,284,673 
5,139,09a 
7,326.148 
l,2o7,605 
1,752, -251 
5,f".69, 194 

578,516 

737,053 
1 , 449 , 675 
2.5-8,716 
1.571,525 
4,790,048 

519,782 
12,378,967 
2,501,374 
1,862,801 
2,:; 19, 167 
1,896,488 
6 , 922 , 104 
3,905,480 
4,885,630 
1,274,929 
5,916,536 

913,0.18 
3.932,671 
2,'!59,480 
],.345,S73 
1, 564,60-1 
4,135.579 
6, <U 0.269 

944^043 

5,859.003 

"Tr. 190,227 



.$202,194,179 i S<.j34, 398,425 



jfoT': — i 1 : '. ;kln.j up the f'urf^oiug t;ibl<^.s, for the year 1851 and for the year 1855, I have 
not be(ii aMi', in .*orne oaso;:, to class the pioperty eorn ctly, as the reXurns to this cffiee do 
not show the vahu; of re.d au<l p;'rs(>nal tiruperty «iparaicly. Tiie returns from seme few 
counties show apparaut errors in the fuoiing^, but the table is sui^statiiinilv correct. 

Til OS. II. CAMPUiiLL, Aud:dur. 



[IxxviJ 



4'' 

No. 17. 



STt^TEME,\'T sho!vin<j^ (he du.'u'kt cf ncya^ of fiU'Jp '<fi>t/' in fhc SC' 

ber 1, 1831, f/ie immher (//' dcre;; so'//, (!u anion nt si'it f,>r, and the 
quantity reniaintn^ u?isjfc/ u)i. tlif 1st of DiC<./nhir, 18.Mi. 



County. 


Acres unsold 
Dec. 1, 1S51. 


Aeres soM 
iVoni Dee. 1, 
13.-. i, 1.1 Dcr. 

1, i8.j(;. 


1 
Total amotint ol 
eash reed veil on 
sales. 


.Veres unsold 
i-ee. 1, 1856. 


Alexander 


4RH.0;i 
15:). 84 

\<'M . IHI 

5,4.i:-..7ii 

8 -111, til) 

11 , :. n . 1 7 

1,4 7"..:;(; 

(j,:;-i'.),8S 
4 7'.». 1:1 

G,(ini>.l-.' 
i(;4.-ji; 

Hi. (HI 

r,,88o..8rt 
8->7.]'.) 
:.'.)3.4) 

8',H'.ii(l 

1 ,]■);;. 04 

l,i)7.S.72 

L'S'l.CO 

til 1.1;:. 

IJII.ilU 

\,\r(i.:r>. 
4, I7:;.l''. 




.•^.■i'.''.) ("ill 


450.00 


Edwards 


1 V.^ . 8 i 




Franklin 


j.-.O.OO 


Fayetic 


;i,'i-ji .■.17 


8,;;;)4 l;-; 


t.' :;84.82 


Gallatin 


8S0.0O 


Iro((uois 


1 !,(.:- ,.:</. 

I, i7.-..-iii 

(i.-JI'.i.ss 

4 7.). !:; 

(■>,*;()(). \-i 

41 1.1 111 

3,4J(;.8n 

8i'7.i;i 

4 7;j.l.') 

8ii().ni) 

1 , 18:).'.i-l 

l/)7.S.7-2 

•.ilo.ii;) 

lid). (3 -2 

-1(1. (Ill 

CO 1,1)1 

4,1 ''.1:1. IC. 

4 2, ;;(;'.). 7 7 


:;i,7-:! )•..■. 

4.(if.(5 08 
r),r)22 '2t> 

l,'-i7S '11 

l!'i,()0 7 .IX 

■i.-.l! 78 

71) 1)0 

10,2!:] 74 
2..')(il .17 
1 ^'^i&^y :!") 
2, SI 2 4:1 

:;,.'. 8. 'i !!'! 

1,774 Cit 

(iSO (! * 

5r.'.i,t-2 

1(10 (1(1 

1 .SIC 88 

12,77-2 09 


415.21 






Kankakee 

lee 


80.00 


Livini'.-ttoii 




Macoupi!) 

Monltric 






Mariuii 


440.00 


O-lo 


. 


PuhLski 

IVlTV 


120.00 


Rock i.si.ina 

Shell) V 


7.00 


Umio'.i 


40.00 


Winnehi'.;o 

Waba.sh. 


12. ao 

80.00 


Wavne 

White.Vi.lc 


],-278.51 
80.00 


Total.-^ 


48,8.'7.:il 


-?12:J,S71 77 
5 CO 00 


*i, 157.57 


gujt 1 18.'i4 '. 


on sale in or; 


or, ni.ule .\u- 














er-2, sii 77 













NoTK. — 'lwiii.r t') eorrection-* in:i(le in l.iml ii^'t sinee Deei'nihor 1, 18,"t4, tic nmnlicr of 
acres " nnsul 1 i)ece;nljor 1, 18.")1,'' does noi oori^i-sjiontl witli the nnnilier of" jicm - slated io 
lustrej[ioit. Al. !>IT01i, 



77 
No. 18. 



[ Ixxvii J 



Liy>T of stale lands rcjnalning unsold on /fie CO//i .Yov.y 1856. 



P;;rt (.! .Siv-iii)!i. 



Alcxati 111- Comit\ 
E. ht: .-. W 

\v. ur. >. :■: 

W. in. ,-,. \\ 

NIv.U 

E. i;t: .V .: 



Sc'f. Town. 



FajX'ttu County. 
V\'. l.f. S. E 

\V. 1,1. .N. J 

W. l.f S. W 

{^. W. .\. W 

N. w. ^. i 

N. h. .N. W 

S. E. ;-. W 

L. iii: o. 

^^. w. .-. w 

W. hi. .N. : 

S. E. qi 

K. E. .;; 

S. E. L,i 

S. E. 

s. w.;, 

E. hf; .> 

E. l.f. ;n. "A 

X. E. <ii 

w. lit: s. i. 

S. E. t^. K 

N. E. (II 

N. E. V-. , 

^- K-'V 

W. ki. .■>. W 



Franklin County. 

X. W. qr 

jSallatiii (Jouiity. 

E. hf. ^. E 

K. E. qr 

E. hf. A. W 

S. E. qr 

K W. qi 

W. hf. N. \V 

S. W. qr 



Iroquois County. 

P. W. S. E 

\V. h\.S. E 

VV. hf. N. E 

6. E. N. W 

S. E.N. W 



4 



20 



10 



17 
20 
9 
22 
10 



llanire. 



m ^-^ 



r. y. 



G X. 



s \. 



T S. 



s. 



2.-) N. 

27 N. 

t i 

28 N. 



2 W. 



1 E. 



1 W 



2 E. 



9 E. 



Een.ar'.i.'J, 



12 W. 

13 W. 



80 
t<o 

1(J0 

8J 



f.O 

NO 
SO 
4 'I 

40 
40 
4u 
M) 
40 
oO 
li-,0 

(i; o 
li;o 
luo 

hU) 

80 

f.-.2i 
ItiO 

bO 

40 
IfO 

1 c. 1 . 04 
1 f,o 

fci .51 



Subject to private Falc. 



Xot or.orcd v.t public 



160 



80 
ICO 

80 
l.;o 
10 

to 

lt,0 



40 
80 
80 
40 
40 



=alc. 



Subject to prviatc sale. 



Not olTored at public sale 



Jlxxvii ] 7") 

Lh' of lands remaining unsold — Continued. 



r.ii-t l)i' Sf:-f;r.ri. 


Sec. 


T.nvii. 


R,.n^^e. 


Ac-res. 


Ruiii.iiks. 


Ir ).[a<):.-,C>':il;tv. 












N. E. x. !•: 

s. w. s w 

N. W. S. K 


7 
8 


. 2S X. 

2'i N. 
23 X. 


13 W. 

12 \\\ 

13 W. 


31* . .itj 
40 


Not oITLTed ;it pii'iii" sale. 
1 ( 1 ( 


K;i!iic'.;ki'o ivu'.mfy. 












E. lif. S. W ... 


.10 


30 N. 


12 W. 


80 


I ( ( ( 


Marioa (Jo.iiif/. 












B. E. X. \X 

S. iit: s. (■: 

K K. S. W 

S. W. S. E 

W. lif X. H '. . 


1.-. 

•_> :; 
•Jl 


1 X. 

2 X. 


3 E. 

4 i-:. 

3 E. 

1 E. 


40 

Si) 
40 
40 
SO 
IfiO 


Subject to private sale. 
X'nt o,Teie(J at public sale. 


K. W. qv 


' ' * ' . 


Tui'-ki Cxiiuv. 












F. E. S. E 

W. hf. N. E 


12 


14 r;. 


1 ^v. 


40 

8.> 


(1 t < 


U:iH>!i^(J(! in'y. 












S. E. S. W 


00 


12 s. 


1 w. 


40 


(1 ( < 


W;i')i5li Ciia'itj-.- 




E. hf. 8. E 


31 


1 s. 


1 1 \\. 


SO 


II 1 ( 


W.iyiie Coiiaty. 












w. iir. X. E ;... 

S. E. X. E 

E. hf. S. K 

W. hf. s. w 

P E X. VV 


G 

U 

1'.) 
8 
;» 

11 

S.J 
9 


1 




s. 


5 [■: 

f. 1:. 

8 !-: 

!) v.. 

f> v.. 

I'.. 

il l\ 
7 !•:. 


7;".-"i 
3;..-)i 
so 

7S.2'.i.l 

;; 1 . 1 .-. 

4.'.. '.)■.); 

80 

40 

40 

40 

80 

40 
160 

SO 

80 
If.O 

80 


Subject 
Xot odl 


to private salo. 


S hf.'.N. W 




S. E. X. E 

g K V. Iv 








E. hf. S. E 

B. VV. S. K 

R. E. (jr 




N. hf. N. W 

E. \\\: s. w 

S. W. ((1 


red at public sale. 
< < 


W. hf. ,S. E 


1 s. 


II i( 


WliitosUie County. 












E. hf. S. W 


21 


n ] 


v 


5 E. 


80 


II 


<• 



79 [Ixxix] 

List of lands remaining unsold — Coniiiiued. 



P.ut of Sectiou. ' 


Sec. 


Town. 


Range. 


Acr:."?. 


Ileaiaiks. 


\Viii!icba;j,o County. 












B. E. fil. N. E. (S. P. ?..) 


22 


28 N. 


n E. 


12.00 


Subject to prI\':'.tG sale. 


» 

KoL'k Island County. 












Lot of lam! on VaiulnuTV 












Irihin.l, 








1 


>ro' offered at p'ablio sale. 


Tot;il acres unsold,. . 




♦ 




(i,4.-.7.67 



[Ixxxj 



80 



Xo. V).—:^ ST./}TEME,yT of fhc nam-s avi hcalioi of fJip hanks 
SiCtri^kn (LpusUuL rufi a( u Inch d phsUtd ; aninnnl <'j !itcur>fics 
of ci.r^:i'a'ing hjUh iss icd ; ln' UiUuunt returned, and the a/nyiini 

ALTOX i].VXK, 



Sioi-ks (l-j iiaiud. 



SiDcli? \vii.iiur.j\v;i 



K ^1 :. A:iio!iiit. 



Mis-oiii-i.. .1 ^.'iC.'Min (Ml ,)ai 

Caii: -; . • . |- lil.unu (lO 8 

1)1. 1; . .1 1-J,ii,.u <iu 8 I 

III. 1. . .:. } :),:i8u 1(41 

iui;). ■ I, S t. J"l I'M 4i; 



Tu 



Loui.si iii.i. 



^SUt,-»Sl o'- 



Ciish viiliie. 



?;.'.l,8l;) 



Kiiiil. Amount. 



C;*sh value. 



xtni.dthi (lit 



•.'•il §")■'), J>iii nil 



AGUiC'JLrL^Il.VL. 



TiiK AMKUICAX KXCi;.\X«3, 



Vir;iiMi'. . 
Miis.Mi iii . . . 
Tciiiics-cv- . 


<^i;,l ();|() ()i) 


1 














. . . 






-1 >, III in (III 


'.1 




:..: i 






Tdfa".. . 


i^l't "..iiOii on 


■jl ..,>■■..» u. 









HAN'iC OF llALi:r}II, 



Uis."* 1 iri. . . 


f; 1 ■» , ! II M 1 ( i; 1 


s-,' 























, . 


S.I, (Mil (III 

l.".:i.(i,)'.) (Ill 

in, 'III) 01. 

hi, '!.».) (Ill 

1,1 111 III' 


8-; 












, . 




'.l-isimri. . . 


Si 1 ,\jU(» 00 


8H 


J'JjVJO on 


1 t 


'.1,1 




Ohio 

Kent i.ky.. 




































Tot.I. . . . 


^;;.;.>.,ouo uw 


• 


$11,000 on 


^'.),7U0 W 



BANK OF HUTSONVILLE, 





?!-),000 00 
'](>,nno 00 
)r>,i)i>(> oo 


R'» 




1 






9-1 
91 




j 1 










, 


















$lUO,Ooo 00 


$yo,y:)0 vf 













81 



[ Ixxxi ] 



organized under Ike, general hanking law ; the kind and amount of 
withdrawn; animini cf securl'is rt'm^inlng on dr'pasit ; the amount 
outstanding A^ovcnihcr 1^9, I800. 



ALTON. 



Stocks oa <,lepo>ir, Xovcmber 20, ISj'j. 



Circiilatiiij!j Notes. 



KilKl. 


Aiuount. 


■5 


Casli 


value. LVmount issiu-.d. 


[ 
Am'c returned lAm't outstand- 

..ii'i dchtroied. rna-Xov. 'i'.>, '5*1 


M ■ ;;,)iu i . . 


$2rt,0C'0 
1 6 , <X»0 
12,000 

/ r,,s80 

S 4,201 


Ofl'pM!- 

uo! S''i 

00 80 
14} 44 

ISj 46 






< 'i l'funii.1. . 


• 




11'. rrfa.. 


, 


; 






iui"'). ini'it 


1 : 








SOI, -581 




851 


,819 8'. ■Sj2,11S ui^j SSw-J iiO| $51,815 00 



BANK, MARION. 



Loui^laui..l $00,000 00192; 055,200 00; $55,198 0<| j $55,198 00 



BANK, RALEIGH. 



Viro'inia . . . 


$30,000 00 
70,000 00 
45,(X)i) 0<' 


91 












Tenncdsec . 


91 












$1^5,00(1 OU 


§157,850 00 $157,850 OO 


'' $157,850 00 



RALEIGH. 



Missoui'i . . . 


$15,000 00 
60,000 00 


■ 
85 . 














87 






80,000 00 

139,000 00 

1(»,000 ()<:■ 

itj,ouo 00 

4,000 00 


88. 
8't 























•....! 




90. 
par . 
par . 










' 


Ohio 










■| 


lieutuckv 










1 
















$32-1 000 00 




$287 


,400 OOi 

1 


$287 


,400 Oi 


$287 


,400 00 



nUTSONVILLE. 





$45,000 00 


8Q 






i 




40 OOO 00 0^ 






i * 


> t 


15,000 00 


94 


















$100,009 00 


$90,950 00 


$90,950 0. 


$9'"!, 950 00 



[Ixxxii] 



Statement — 



THE BANK OF BELLEVILLE. 



Stock deposited. 


Stocks withdrawn. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


6 


Casli value. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


PS 


Cash value. 


Missouri . . . 


.?5,000 00 
161,000 GO 
25,000 00 
58,000 00 
51,000 00 


81 
R5 
























86 
88 
89 






































$258,980 00 












$300,000 00 

















THE BANK OF XAPERYILLE, 



"Vir^'inia, . . 


$25,000 00 

1,000 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 

- 4,000 00 


par 

9S 

92 

par 

0- 




: 






1 ( 




















Tennessee . 










( ( 








J 












1 




800,000 00 


$59,380 00 




1 
1 






1 



BANK OF NORTHERN 



Missouri . . . 


850,000 00 
3,000 00 


■)ni 
94 












1 i 














* 












$53,000 00 


... 


$52 


,820 00 















BANK OF ELGIN, 



Missouri. . . 


843,000 OC 
57,000 0( 


pal- 
mar 










1 


Georgia. . . 



























8100,000 00 


8100,000 00 















83 



[ Ixxxiii ] 



Continued. 



BELLEVILLE. 



Stoiki on deposit, Xovcmber 29, 1856. 



Circulatin'? Xotes. 



Kind. 


Amount. 


c 


1 
Cash value. Ani't issued. 


Am't returned |Am't out?tand- 
and destroyed, {ing Nov. 29, 'o6 


Missouri . . . 


$5,000 00 


84 


' ' i 
. 1 




161,000 00 
25,000 00 
53,000 00 
51,000 00 


85 

86 
88 
89 


! j 


1 ( 


! 1 


< ( 


1 1 


»i 






1 




$300,000 00 


$238,980 00 .$251,788 00 


84,010 00 $217, 748 00 



XAPEUYILLE. 



Virginia. . . 


825,000 00 

1,000 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 

4,000 00 


par 
98 
92 

par 
90 




i 












Louisiana.. 








Tennessee . 





















j 






^60,000 00 


$59,380 00 


$53,204 00 


$2,194 00 


$56,010 CO 



ILLINOIS, WAUKEGAN. 



Missouri. ..I $50,000 00 par' 
" ' 8,000 00: 94; 



$53,000 001 $52,820 00 



$50,296 00 $3,796 00 



$46,500 00 



ELGIN. 



Missouri. 
Georsfia. 



$43,000 00 
57,000 00 



$100,000 OC 



$100,000 00 $123,771 00 



$31,638 00 



194,133 00 



[IxSxIv] 



84 



StateTnent — 



BAXK Or GALENA, 



Stocks (Icpositud. 


Stocks withdrawn. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


par 

0" 


Cash value. 


Kind. Amount. 


4 


Cash value. 


Virgiuiu. . . 


$20,000 00 

2,000 00 

11,000 00 

10,000 00 

1 , 000 00 

20,000 00 

Gj.OOI 50 

5,000 00 
23,U0S 86 
14,523 4U 




Virginia... $17,0C0 00 
" j 1,000 00 
" 1 7,000 00 

Missouri . . 1 ,000 00 


par 




, I 


89 
par 

80 
pa) 

50 

4y 
481 




Sii 




Missouri. . . 

1 1 




80 
par 

5< 




Georgia. . . 
111. new int 
impi-Mn'nt. 
111. new int. 





Georgia. . .; 5,000 Ou 

:]!. new int' 

imprvm'ut. '; 26,001 01 




• ' i 


( i 






1 1 


. . 


'. 




■SlOO.Sll 77 




81^, (10 .ji 

1 




$142, 46 J 70 


$37,01)1 (_'l 



THE 15AXK UI 



Missouri. . . 
Ill- & Mich, 
canal 



Missouri. . . 
111. & M. en 
111. & M. ci\\ 
Jut. ccrt'ft:- 



$00,000 0*i'.l;u 



4,000 00 



$64,000 0>': 



Missorii. 



§0,000 Ol-pilr 



$62,000 00 



$9,000 00! 



$0,000 0( 



TilE BANK 01 



$12,00(1 Oi pnvi 

77,000 OOi .10 

! } ,ill. JtM. ea. 

G, 501 571 S8 int. certTs. 



.^n.-'iOl 57 S8 $2,145 51 i 



^05,501 671 



$52,645 61 



$!;,.ooi 



$2, 145 5i; 



THE BANK 01' ILLINOIS, 



Missouri. . . 

K 
M 

(( 

Louia'ana. . 
Tennessee 



$100,000 00 

20,000 oc 

3o,o00 00 

164,000 0(1 

In, 000 0(1 

10, COO oo| 9:5 

10,000 00 92 
10,000 Oil 91 



i Missouri. 



801 1 " 

88} ; 

89 ' Mlssouii. 

921 



$354,01)0 00 



$95,000 0(.| 85j 
10,000 0(»i 8(1 



59,000 09 I 89 



$311,360 00 



$161,000 00! $141,860 Olij 



85 



[Ixxxy] 



Continued. 



GALENA. 



Stocks on deposit, November 20, 1853. 


Circulating notes. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


i. 


Cidli v.ilue. 


Ani't issued. Am'nt returned Am't outstand- 
ind destroyed. infrXov. 20, '50 


"Virginia. . . 


§3,000 00 
1,000 Oft 

4,000 0(» 
10,000 00 

16,000 00 

0,933 Ad 

5,000 00 
23,000 8G 
U,5'Jo 4u 


par 











1 "■* • ' 


u 


SO 
pa,. 

1)1 r 






IMissouri. . . 




i 


Geor^iii . . . 




j 

i 




lil. now iut 
iini>ivni'nt. 


51. 

46 

4s 








li!. new ini 
imp. int'st. 










! 


t( 


m 




1 1 




?57,Sul T, 


t 




i^85,4C.j "t'j 


^T8,6G3 Ooi §2n,'J93 On' S57,6'7i) 00 

1 ! 



^ERU, PERU. 



IMisi^O'iri. . . 


So 1,000 00 
4,000 00 


par 
50 




lil. Sc Micii. 
canul 


! ■■■ 'j 




i 




855,000 00 


$53,000 00 


SG2,587 0(jj 


$14,115 00 


§48,472 00 



AMERICA, CHICAGO. 



Missouri...; $12,000 00;par 
77,000 On 



III. k Micli 
canul 



§89,000 00 



8 50, 51)0 Of; §50,000 Ofi; 



§30,000 00 



NEW HAVEX. 



Missouri.. .| §5,000 Od 


85 
8C 

88 
s;; 

92 


i 


" 1 10,0fiO Of 




" 30,000 00 


1 


" 1 105,0(10 00 




Louisiana. . j 10, 000 Of 




1 10,000 00 


4;i 


1 ; 1 ' 


Tennessee. 10,000 0( 


92 
91 


1 


10,000 Ofi 






' 1 1 


$190,000 Oil 


§169,500 ocj f 178, 100 OOJ §8,900 00 §139,500 00 



[Ixxxvi ] 



S6 



Statement ^^ 



BANK OF SOUTHERX 



Stocks deposited. 


Stocks witlidrawn. 


Kiud. 


Amouut. 




Cash value. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


6 
91 


Cash 


, 1 
value. 1 

i 


Virginia . . . 


S5,000 00 

10,000 do 

197,000 00 
1,000 00 

197,000 00 
55,000 00 
If* 000 00 


'^^ 




Virginia . . 


$5,000 Oil 


i 


93 
85 
8() 
89 
91 

Q9 






1 


Missouri . . . 
< 1 




Missouri . . . 


161,000 ooi 85 

1,0U0 0(1 SO 

40,000 OU 8v 




t 






1 1 




1 


1 1 






Louisiana. . 

Tennessee . 

1 1 




Louisiana. . 
Tennessee . 


10,000 OC 92 




So 000 00! 01 




33,000 00 


91 




10,000 00 


94 




















1518,000 00 


§150,170 00 


§250,000 00 


S217 


090 oo! 



THE EAXK OF 



Virginia . . 
Missouri.. . 

Tennessee'. 
111. and M. 
cantil iu'st. 
certificates 



$5,000 00 
00,000 00 
85,000 00 
25,000 00 



10,000 00 



§185,000 00 



91 



[Virginia 
iMissouri 



sol 



91 jTenuessee 



50 



$5,000 09 
00,000 00 
25,000 Ou 
25,000 OU 



8158,950 00 



8115,000 OU 



§10u,5.ji) W) 





TKE BANK OF THE 


Missouri . . 


8100,000 00 


sr. 


885,000 00 




. 


THE BANK OF TIKE 


Missouri . . 


8100,000 00 


89 


$89,000 00 






1 









THE BANK OF THE 





8180,000 00 

4,000 00 

155,000 00 


91 
93 
91 
































8263,070 00 












8289,000 00 













87 



[ Ixxxrii ] 



Continued. 



ILLINOIS, BOLTOX. 



Stock on deposit, November 29, 1850. 


Circulating notes. 


Kind. 


Amount. t; 

i '^ 


Cash value. 


Ain't issued. 


Am't returncu 
and destroyed. 


Am't outstand- 
w^, Nov. 29, '.56 


Vir2;inia . . 


810,000 00 


<)? 


















1 


Missouri . . 


3G,000 00 


8' 


. . 





















Missouri . . 


lo7,000 00 
5.5,000 00 


8f. 










' i 


01 












. . 























Tennessee . 


10,000 00 


91 






















8268,000 00 


$239,080 00 


$239, 107 00 


Sil 00 


8239,066 00 



QUINCY, QUINCY. 







1 











1 






Missouri . . 


$60,000 00 


bt) 










1 . . 






111. and M. 
oanal int'st 
certificates. 


10,000 00 


50 










r ■ ""■ 






670,000 00 


$58,400 00 


$58,400 00 




$58,400 00 









COMMONWEALTH, ROBINSON. 



Missouri ..I $100,000 00| 8r> 



$8.5,000 00 $85,000 Ol 



$85,000 00 



COUNTY, GRIGGSYILLE. 



Missouri.. $100,000 00; 891 $39,000 001 $53,000 001 

I I ' I 



$53,000 00 



REPUBLIC, McLEANSBORO. 



Virginia . . 
Tennessee . 



$130,000 00 

4,000 00 
155,000 00 



$289,000 00 $263,070 001 $245,700 001 | $245,700 00 



[Ixxxyiii] 



Statement- 



THE BANK OF 



Stocks doposited. 


Stocks -nithdrawn. 

• 


Kind. 


Amount. 




Cash value. 


Kind. Amount. 


o 


Cash value. 




$r,o,ooo Of 

24,000 0.- 

5b, 000 0(; 

45,000 00 

145,1)00 00 


S^i 




1 








86 
87 
88 
89 




1 






1 1 










( 1 










< t 




i 


















.$327,000 00 


$286,400 0(- 











THE BAXK OF 



Missouii 



?50,000 00 89 $52,510 00! 



CENTRAL BANK, 





$80,000 00 

3,000 00 

25,000 00 

7,000 00 

10,000 00 

5 000 00 


par 
94 
84 
80 

87 

8S 




Virginia . . 


820,500 00 


par 










Missouri . 





... 






( 1 










i ( 










1 1 




1 




















"* 




$;130,000 00 


*122 


,040 00 


829,500 OU 

i 


$2!) 


,500 00 



CORN EXCHANGE 



Virginia . . 


$5,000 OC 

10,000 00 

50,000 0(1 

57,(100 00 

5,000 0(. 

43,000 00 

187,000 00 

5,000 00 

3,000 Oi: 

40,000 00 


91 
9" 




Virginia . . 


85,000 00 


91 


1 






Missouri . . 

> < 


b'-' 




Missouri . . 


50,000 00 
50,000 00 


84 
8G 




Sd' 




J , 


87 
88 

b'.t 

0(1 
02 
91 






t ( 












, , 





Missouri . . 


18,000 00 


89 


1 


1 1 




Louisiana. . 
Teunesseo . 
















roiuosocc . 


25,000 00 
$148,000 00 


91 










$405,000 00 


.$857,150 00 


$128,320 00 



S9 



CI 



KiXKxix ] 



Continued. 



AUKORA, AURO?t.V. 



Stocks on deposit, XovemlXT 2?, 1S.j6. 



Circulatiuo; notes. 



Kind. A;nou:it. 

t 




Cash value. 


Am't issued. JAni't returned 
\i\u'.\ de-;troved. 


Am't outstand- 
ing Xov. 29, '56 




$60,000 00 


S-. 


1 






24,000 00 S<'> 


1 




, I 


53,000 (•(' 
4.3,<>0O 00 


R" 


i 




1 1 


SS 


i i 




1 i 


14."i,000 Oo' S9 










1 1 




$327,000 00 


*23(3,400 00 


$288,396 OOj 


§286,396 00 



CHESTER, CHESTER. 








i 
Alissouri 1 ^50 000 Of* 


8!^' 


$52,. 510 0(' 


( 
$22 000 00 


$22,000 00 








rEOKIA. 









A'irginia . . 
rslis30uri . . 



$50,000 00 


par 


3,000 tio 


91 


25,000 00 


84 


7,t)00 00 


Se 


10,000 0(1 


87 


5,U00 00 


8^ 


$100,500 00 



$03,440 00 



$195,380 00 $104,640 00 $90,731 00 



BANK, FAIRFIELD. 





1 




1 




Virginia . . 


110,000 00 93 




j 










Mi^ouri . . 


7 000 00 ! ^^ 










6,000 00 

43,000 00 

169,000 00 

5,000 00 

3,000 00 

15,000 00 


87 
88 
89 
90 
92 
91 










4 t 










t ( 










1 t 










Louisiana . 
Tennessee . 




























$257,000 00 


$228,830 00 


$228,866 00 $45 00 $228,821 00 

1 



[xc] 



90 



S/afcment- 



tl:i: cniCAG-:* 





Stocks di'positeil. 




Stocks vitr.drawTi. 








Kind. 


1 ^• 
Amount,. ] r. Cash valut'. 


Jv'ml. 


Amount. 


'2 CdA value. 


Yirginin.. . 
Missouri. . . 


r:8,ooo 0: 


'i:. 










('.0,000 OO 
22,000 00 
66,000 oc 

3,000 or 


jjiii 
85 

;>;u 
9", 




Alissouri. . . 

jeorgia. . . 

ill. new int 
'luprvm'nt. 


$6ii,n()U 00 

22,00n 00 

66,000 00 

3,000 00 

S20,C03 92 


par' 

8.'^' 






Georgia'. . 






111. new inl 
imprviii'ut. 
III. new int 
imp. int'st. 
111. now ini 
imp. iut'st. 
111. & SI. cu. 


881,256 Oil 5-. 

- 1 
17,387 Sc oi: 




50 ; 


17,337 8!> 
7 , 000 00 

1,G2S 3; 

857 St 


40 

5U 

Ar. 




11. new iiii 
mp. int'st. 


17,387 S>' 








111. &M. cni 








111 & M. cnl 

in'st certP3. 


25 




ill k :vj cni 
Int. ccrt'ts. 


857 SI: 


24 




1581,517 91 




63C;5,G24 lo 


^439, 8 !9 C; 


i'S: 5,012 83. 



T[NKn.\:u & CO.'i 



Virginia . • < 


$30,000 Oi 
30,000 0' 
55,000 01 

1S1,000 01. 

S8,ooo or 

94,000 Qi: 

25,000 On 

47,000 Oi 

1,000 0" 


!)0 




Virginia. . . 
Missouri. . . 


$;;o,ooo 00 

,•25,000 Ot 
20,000 00 
'J4,U00 0" 
4 -.,000 UO 


9(i 




Missouri. . . 


84 
So 
So 
87 
8S 
89 
50 




8t 
85 
8. 


















a 










HI k M cn'i 
























$551,000 Ot.- 


S47(t.l40 OO 


J;2 14,000 00 


-?187,950 00 



EDGAR COUNTY 



Missouri... $12,000 00 
" 12,000 00 


8C. 






8'. 


i 




Louisiana. . 59,000 Co 
" 6'.),(.0o 00 


88 uouisiana. . 

•Jo 


$59,000 bo{ 88 












1142,000 Oi- 


>^127,5.'>0 0( 


$59,000 00 


$.ni,920 OiJ 

I 



[xci] 



Continued. 



DANX, C.K'JAGO. 



Stuc'lis on deposit, Nuvcmbcr 29, 1350. 



Circul;iti;i.T uotos. 



• KinJ. 


Anount. 


92 


Gas'.i vuluc. Aia't isi.ni. 


-Vni't ratiiniod Am"t ontstantl- 
Ml ' .I'^troyeij in,2 Xov. 29, '.lii 




|;S,0w'-) 0(' 



















, 




















, 


111. iiewint 
iiiini-'viiic?iit 


(10,652 OG 
iV,gS7 88 

V,000 00 
1,628 31 


50 
50 

50 
41. 




111. lie v.- iiu. 
hup. iiit'st. 

III. RIKl M. 

caiiiil 






1 


111& il cu'. 




i i 






i 






$50,611 30 


i 




$'.)4,6-38 28 


^•141, 082 Ot. 8i>l,082 00 ! .J50,000 00 



TANK, yc^■L^A:^;p^^Ro. 











Vusriniii. . . 


(<5,U0U Ou 
M5,n(n) 00 
87,000 00 
43,000 00 
1)4,000 00 
25,000 00 
4'7,0^("O 0», 

1,000 oi. 


05 
S4 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
50 


'' 


M isoouri. . . 






■ ! 


ki 


i 


t( 




i« 




«i 


' 


in t jI Cii"; 


r 








i::;oT,Ouo ut 


S29i.r>(0 ui 


8477 


,025 0' 


C^I0S,5i7 Ov 

1 


$279 


073 00 



BANK, I'AP.IS. 



1 

Miasoiii-i. . . 1 $12,000 00 


86 
87 


: 


i 12,000 00 


1 






1 


LouisiaDtt.. ;jy,OiiO Ou 


91 








§.i3,000 OC 


$75,1530 0( 875,647 Oi S27 Oo' .^75,620 00 

i 1 - 



[ xcii] 



^ 



Statement-^ 



THE FARMERS' AND TRADERS'" 





Stocks dopositt'il 






Stocks -n it-idrawn 




Kind. 


Amount. ! ~ 


Cash value. 


KiikI. 


Amount. "t 


i 
Cash vidue. 


Virginia . . 


$125,000 00 pa; 




1 1 
i 






7,500 ool 95 

84,000 OOJpai- 

5,000 ool 85 

6,000 00 pai 




1 




Missouri . . 




Missouri . . 


1^16,000 00 oar 










Kenluckv . 





















$16,000 00 




$177,500 Oc 


^176,375 Ot 


816,000 Oi!| 



Virginia . . 
Missouri . . 


$30,000 00 
33,000 00 
5,000 00 
0,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,U00 00 


95|. 
S5i. 
86i. 

87 . 

88 . 

89 . 
90. 

- 


























" ■ .... 






































































$90,000 00 


$80,300 00 











THE GRAYVILLE EAXK, 



Missouri . . 


$20,000 00 


St 


i 


! 







138,000 0(i! fir. 


i 











11,000 On 
20,000 0(! 
20,000 01' 

9,000 01 > 

25,000 %(' 

60.000 00 

105,000 Oo 

1,407 38 

226,227 98 


86 


j 










88 
8S' 
90 

93 










1 







































1 


1... 
















II. n. in. im. 

III. new int. 
imp. in'tft. . 


oil 
50 




!1. n. ill. im. 


1,407 Sli 


. . .. 
















$627,635 36 


$472,627 60 


$1,407 3.^ 


$703,69 



t)» 



[xclli] 



Continued. 



BANK, CHARLESTON. 



Stocks on deposit, November 20, 1856. 



Circulatin;; Notes. 



Kind. Amount. *i 


Cash value. Auvt issued. 


Am't returned 
and dcritroved. 


Am't outstand- 
ing Nov. 29, '5S 


Virginia . . 


$125,000 00 

7,500 00 

18,000 00 

5,000 Ou 

6,000 00 


par 
95 

par 
85 

par 


1 






1 




Missouri . . . 






k 1 


1. . . .^. . 





Kentucky . 





■'! 




I 


■ ■ ■ 1 




$161,500 00 


1160,375 Ooi ?;151,910 00 


12,381 00 


$149,529 00 



BANK, URBANA. 



BANK, GRAYYILLE. 



Vir;rinia . . 


f 30, 000 00 
83,000 00 
5,000 00 
(1,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 


95 


1 


Missouri . . . 


85 
86 
87 
88 
89 







I_ _ _ j 





1 ( 




: 
1 ■ . . . . 





* ' 




I 




1 ( 









1 ( 


90 




















$90 000 00 


$80,300 00 


$80,248 OC 




$80,248 00 



Missouri. . . 


$20,000 00 

1:30,000 00 

11,000 00 

20,000 00 

20,000 00 

9,000 00 

25,000 00 

60,000 00 

105,000 00 

226,227 98 


84 
85 
86 
88 
89 
90 
92 
98 
95 

50 






































. _ . 








] 




■ 






































111. n'?w int. 
iaip. iui'ai. 






1 
i 






I 




$626,227 98 


$471,923 97 


$471,924 00 


! $471 


924 00 



[xdv] 



94 















Slaleme7it~- 










' 


HAillL 


TON COUNT r 

1 




Stocks do 


oos 


ted 






Stocks witiidruwu 


1 

i 

1 


Kind. 


Amount. 


^ 


S 

^ 


1 
Cash value. | Kind. 


Amount. ' t: 


C'as'.i v.ilai'. [ 


Virginia . . 


$16,000 
y 0,000 
4,000 
10,000 
10,000 
13,000 
41,000 
10,000 
10,000 


00 

00 
00 

00 
00 
OCt 
00 
0" 
Ot; 


fl!^ 


1 


1 


1 
i 


8^ 
8(: 
88 
89 
92 
93 
8i^ 
95 






i 


! 






Mis.-joui i . . 


4,000 OOi 86 

1 




i < 


' 




i t 








1 


( ( 




::::::r" 


I 


< ( 






1 








1 




I 








1 

$181,810 OLy . 








$204,000 


Oil 


$t,ooo 00 

1 


$3,410 0( 












THE 


LA FAYETTE 




|;oS,ooo 


00 


80 


C51,620 00 
















THE Mississipn mvEii 




$55,000 


00 


91 


$50,050 00 




1 


1 
1 






1 


1 


THE McLEAX COUNTY 


Misiouri . . 


$100,000 


00 


par 


$100,000 CO,Mist^oiTi . . 


1 
$32,000 0(1 par 


$22,000 00 



^ 



[xcr] 



Continued. 



JiX^lL, McLEAXSBORO. 



Stocks on deposit, Xovcmbor i"^, ISoG. 



Circv.l.itin"; notes. 



K'nJ. 


.Amount. 


t; Ca>u V; ] ;ie. 1 Am't issued. 


Am't returned 
and destroyed. 


Am't outstand- 
ing Xov. 29, '56 


Virginia . . 


$lG,0On f)f: 
90,000 0( 


98 

85 


; 






Missouri . . 




j 






1 


MisKonri . . 


10,(MlO Oi 

10,000 01 

13,000 or 
41,000 0( 
10,000 0( 

10,000 0( 


8S 
8! 




i 








( > 


98 






< t 






T ( uis'iina 


S'.^i : --' . 


Tennessee . 


9t' 


; 1 






! 




J'200,000 Oi 


•:i;8,o70 O'l' $1T8,511 ooj $146 Ool $178,365 00 



EAXK, EL03ML\GT0X. 



Missouri..; $.58,000 f'O 8'. I $.:l,C2oON: i?.M,cr2 0( 



$51,C12 00 



BANK, OXFORD. 



Y;r-inii..i .S.i.5,000 0( j 9li $r)0,050 OOJ $50,OjO Ooi i $.jO,050 00 



EAXK, DLO •MIXGTOX. 



Mssouri..[ $08,000 OClpar $68,000 O'j ?-100,000 OOJ $:'<9,0S2 00 $60,918 00 



[ jeerl ] 



l-v 



Statement — 



MARINE BANK 0? 



Stocks deposited. 



Stocks withdrawn. 



Kind. 



Yirginia 
Missoo 



Louisiana. . 
Wisconsin . 

111. new int. 
iuiprovm'nt 
ill. new int. 
imp. in'st. . 
111. new int. 
imp. in'st. . 
111. new int. 
imp. in'st. . 
111. new int. 
imp. ins't. . 
111. and Mi. 
canal. ..... 

111. and Mi. 

canal 

111. and Mi. 
c'l in. certt. 
III. and Mi.| 
c'l in. certf.! 
111. and Mi. I 
c'l in. certf. j 
111. and Mi.l 
c'l in. certf. I 



Amount. 



"5 I Cash value. 



Kind. 



$8,000 OOl 89 

50,000 00 par 

20,000 00| 8J 

y,000 OOl 87 

56,000 OOJlwi- 

2,000 00. ''^ 

10,000 ooj yo 

20,000 ooj par 



277,886 12 



500,00 
1,871 77 
1,250 42 

814 97 

8,000 00 

123,000 00 .■>0 

3,9G2 47 

2,382 78 



50 



9,986 481 3; 



1,731 26 

!i;ttl2,386 27 



40 



Amount. 



Virginia . . 
Missouri . 



Missouri . . 
fiOuisana . . 
Wisconsin . 

111. new int. 
iuiprovm'nt 



S;s,ooo 00 

50,000 0( 
20,900 00 



56,000 Oil 

2,000 0<i 

10,000 00 

20,000 00 

228, 9C1 38 



111. and Mi. 

canal 

111. and Mi. 
canal 



5,000 00 
2,000 00 



$b83,014 44 



111. and Mi. 
^;'I in. certf. 
111. and Mi. 
c'l iu. certf. 



9,986 48 

1,731 26 

$413,619 la 



pai 
75 
90 

par 

50 



Cash value. 



4o; 



$282,308 71 



97 



[xcvii] 



Continued. 



CHICAGO, CHICAGO. 



Stocks on deposit, November 29, 1850. 


Circulating notea. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


^4 


Cash ralue. 


Am't issued. 


Am't returned 
and destroyed. 


Am't outstand- 
ing Nov. 29, '56 










1 












i" • 


















$9,000 00 


87 




:";i::::":;':::' 








1 












































111. new int. 
improvm'nt 
111. new int. 
imp. iut'st. 
111. new int. 
imp. int'st. 
111. n*v int. 
imp. iut'.st. 
111. new int. 
imp. int'st. 
111. and Mi. 


48,984 74 

500 00 

1,871 77 

1,250 42 

814 97 

8,000 00 

127,000 00 

3,962 47 

2,382 78 


50 
38 
40 
4S 
48 
45 
50 
24 
SO 


> 
















































111. and Mi. 










111. and Mi. 










111. and Mi. 


















































$198,767 15 


$100,705 73 


$251,558 00 


$150,853 GO 


$100,705 00 



—8 



^evMj 



9S 



S tut erne nl — 



MERCHANTS' AND DROVERS 



Stocks deposited. 


Stocks withdrawn. 


pnd. 


Amount. 


ci 


Cash value. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


6 
Pi 


Cash value. 




$5,000 00 

20,000 00 

200,000 00 

6,000 00 

14,000 00 

1,591 50 

1,755 42 

2,000 00 

42,544 21 

1,202 57 

684 00 


93 
par 
par 

96 
par 

50 

48 

50 

30 

40 

50 




Virginia . . . 
Missouri. . . 


$5,000 00 
20,000 00 
28,000 00 


98 
par 
par 


































111. new int. 
imprvm'nt. 
111. new int. 
imp. int't... 
111. and Mi. 




111. new int 
imprvm'nt » 


557 03 


50 


















111. and Mi 




111. and Mi. 
can'l cert'f. 
111. and Mi. 
can'l cert'f. 
111. and Mi. 
can 1 cert'f. 


42,544 21 

1,202 57 

684 00 


30 
40 
50 




111. and Mi. 




* 


111. and Mi. 












$294,777 70 


$260,634 62 


$97,987 81 


$66,514 79 



THE MORGAN COUNTY 





$64,000 00 
4,000 00 
6,000 00 
1,000 00 


R"i 












( . 


8') 














<)" 














95 


























$75,000 00 


$64,490 00 























NATIONAL BANK, 




$1,000 00 

6,000 0« 

13,000 00 

57,000 00 

3 000 00 


95 
84 
92 
94 
9=) 




i. . . 




























( « 












Georgia. . . 




























$80,000 00 




$74,380 00 















s» 



[xcix] 



Continued. 



BANK OF ILLINOIS, JOLIET. 



Stocks on deposit Novembe 


r29, 1856. 


Circulating notes. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


e4 


Cash value. 


Am't issued. 


Ara't returntM 
and destroyed. 


Am't outstand- 
ing Nov. 29, '56 





























Missouri. . . 


$172,000 00 


par 

96 
par 

50 

48 

50 
















Q Carolina i-^- Ann dn 










111. new in. 


1 ri^± ^i? 










111. new intj 

imp. in'st. .'■ IjToS 42 

111. and Mi. 1 

canal 2 000 00 


























































1 








$196,789 89 


$194,119 83 $237,235 00 


$59,660 00 


$177,595 00 



BA. NK, JACKSONVILLE, 





$64,000 00 
4,000 00 
6,000 00 
1,000 00 


85 
89 






1 




















95 


















$75,000 00 


$64,490 00 


$64,490 00 


$64,490 00 







EQUALITY. 



Virginia . . . 
Missouri. . . 


$1,000 00 

6,000 00 

13,000 00 

57,000 00 

8,000 00 


95 
84 
92 
94 
95 


1 










( ( 








< ( 








Georgia. . . 




















$80,000 00 


$74,380 00 


$74,376 00 




$74,376 Oft 







[c] 



100 



Statement- 



PEOPLE'S BANK, 



Stocks deposited. 


Stocks withdrawn. 


Kind. 


Amount 


6 


Cash value. 


Kind. 


Amount. 




Cash value. 


Virginia . . . 


?15,000 00 
11,000 00 
93,000 00 
30,000 00 
72,000 0» 
13,000 00 
10,000 00 
24,500 00 
46,500 00 
42,000 00 
75,000 00 
30,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
24,000 00 
5,000 00 


95 
85 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
97 
93 
94 






















< 1 












( t 












( ( 












( ( 












C i 
























< ( 






1 




( t 






1 




( ( 






1 __ 





t ( 







1 


( ( 








..."■■ I 


I i 

























1. l 


























$511,000 00 


$473,865 00 













THE PRAIRIE STATE, 



Missouri. . . 


ftK?) ono 00 


88 
86 
85 
93 
94 
par 










1 
1 


' ' ' s'noa 00 














1,000 00 
22,000 00 
30,000 00 

1,000 00 












Louisiana • • 













Tennessee. • 






































$116,000 00 


$105,010 00 






■ 



RAILROAD BANK, 



Virginia . . 


$39,000 00 
11,000 00 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 


par 

par 

95 

96 

97 





























1 ( 










» i 






















$95,000 00 


$93,160 00 


„ 













101 



m 



Continued. 



CARML 



Stocks on deposit, November 29, 1836. 


Circulating notes. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


Pi 


Cash value. 


Am't issued. 


Am'nt returned 
and destroyed. 


Am't outstand- 
ing Nov. 29, '56. 


Virginia. . . 


15,000 00 
11,000 00 
93,000 00 
30,000 00 
72,000 00 
IS oon 00 


95 
85 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
97 




























(( 










<i 










1. 










" ' 10 000 00 












24,500 00 
46,500 00 
42,000 00 
75,000 00 
30,000 00 
10,000 00 
10 00ft 00 




















n 










t( 










(( 










u 










44 










Tennessee I 24 000 00 










" 1 .'i rtoo nn 


94 


















1 


J 


$511, «00 00 


$473,865 00 


$467,088 GO 


12,573 00 


1464,515 Oa 



BANK, WASHINGTON. 



1 

Missouri . . . 


$59,000 00 

3,000 00 

1,000 00 

22,000 00 

30,000 00 

1,000 00 


88 
86 
85 
93 
94 
par 










(4 










44 










Louisiana. 











Tennessee. 1 










N. Carolinal 


1 






' 




$116,000 00 


$105,010 00 


$104,582 00 


$422 00 


$104,160 00 



DECATUR. 



Virginia . . 
Tennessee. 
N. Carolina 



$39,000 00 par! 
11,000 OOjpar 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 



$95,000 00 



$93,150 OOj $101,651 00 



$10,892 00 



$90,75« 00 



[ciij 



102 



StatefHcnt- 



THE RUSHVILLI 



Stocks deposited. 


Stocks withdrawn. 


Kind. 


Amount. 




Cash value. 


Kind. 


Amount. 




Cash value. 


Virginia . . 


$2,000 00 

8,000 00 

88,000 00 

4,000 00 

5,000 00 

30,000 00 

21,500 00 

22,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 


93 
q5 






















Missouri . . 


87 
89 
88 
90 
92 
93 
96 
97 
























Louisiana. . 













< ( 












< ( 












( i 












N. Carolina 






■ 






( ( 


























$142,500 00 


$129,300 00 













STOCK SECURITY 



Virginia. . . 


$52,000 00 

2,000 00 

4,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 

2,000 00 

27,000 00 

1,000 00 

45,000 00 

15,000 00 

53,000 00 


par 
91 

93 
95 
92 
93 
95 
85 
93 
94 
80 






















1 < 












( ( 












Missouri • . 












I < 












i ( 












( ( 












Louisiana. . 












Tennessee. . 












California. . 


























$207,000 00 


$189,860 00 










* 'i 
.1 



THE SOUTHERN BANK 'OF 



ItiBSOuri « . 


$1,000 00 
22,000 00 
48,000 00 
53,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
45,000 00 
26,000 00 
15,000 00 


83 
84 
85 






































86 

87 
88 
89 
















































Louisiima. . 


89 
90 










t 
















11191,100 00 


1 










fl220,000 00 









loa 



[ciii'] 



Contmned. 



BANK, RUSnVILLE. 



Stocks 


on deposit, Xovember 29, 1856. 


Circulating notes. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


2 
PS 


Cash value. 


Am't issued. 


Am't returned 
and destroyed. 


Am't outstand- 
ing Xov. 29, '56 


Virginia. . . 


$2,000 00 

8,000 00 

88,000 00 

4,000 00 

5,000 00 

30,000 00 

21,500 00 

22,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 


93 

95 
8*7 
89 


















Mis>i, i-j-i . , . 




















L(..u. .. . liu. . 


88 
90 
92 
93 
96 
97 




















1 1 














1 




N. Carolina 

























$142,500 CO 


$129,300 00 


1129,300 00 




$129,300 00 







BANK, DANVILLE. 



Virginia. 



Missouri. . 



Louisiana. 
Tennessee 
Cuilforuia. 



$52,000 00 

2,000 00 

4,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 

2,000 00 

27,000 00 

1,000 00 

45,000 00 

15,000 01) 

53,000 00 



$207,000 00 



par 
91 
93 
95 
92 
93 
95 
85 
93i 
94 
80 



$189,860 00 



$192,209 00 



!,613 GO 



$183, 59« 00 



ILLINOIS, GRATVILLE. 



Missouri . 



Lousiana. 



$1,000 
22,000 
48,000 
63,000 
8,000 
2,000 
45,000 
26,000 
15,000 



$220 000 00 



84| 

85, 

86' 

87i, 

88 

89; 

89i 

90i 



$191,100 00 



$191,088 00 



$191,088 00 



£dYJ 



104 



Statement-— 



THE STATE BANK OP 



Stocks deposited. 


Stocks withdrawn. 


i 
Kind. ! Amount. 

1 




Cash value. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


d 
rt 

tf 


Cash ralue. 


Virginia ... iR.'i nnn on 


91 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
■98 
86 
87 
par 
94 














21,000 00 
10,000 00 
26,500 00 
15,000 00 
26,000 -©0 
59,000 GO 
50,000 00 
65,000 00 
ir.s Ofio Of! 












. I 












i < 












> i 












1 1 












< ( 












Missouri 








< 1 








( ( 




Missouri . . . 


$10,000 00 par 




" 4.000 00 






Louisiana. . 


40,000 00 
20,000 00 
20,000 00 
111,000 00 
10,500 00 
6,000 00 

45,984 89 

1,886 57 










t ( 


92 

96 
par 
par 

50 

40 
50 




y 








N. Carolina 












S. Carolina 




S. Carolina 


25,000 00 


par 




Georgia.. .. 
111. & M. cnl 

















111. & M. cnl 
in'st certf s 












111. & M. cul 
in'st certf's 


















- 








$693,870 96 


$633,942 03 


$35,000 00 


$35,000 00 



WARREN COUNTY 



Missouri 



$60,000 00 



88 



$52,800 00 



BEL VXD ERE BANK, 



Virginia . . 
Miisouri. . . 


$55,000 00 
15,000 00 


par 
pai 




Virginia . . 
Missouri . . 


$41,000 00 
2,000 00 


par 
par 
















$70,000 00 




$70,000 00 


$43,000 00 


$43,000 00 



105 



[cv] 



Continued. 



ILLINOIS, SHAWxXEETOWiV. 



Stocka oil deposit, November 29, 1856. 


Circulating Notes. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


■a 
05 


Cash value. 


Amount issued. 


Am't retru'ned Am't outstand- 
aud destroyed in"- Xftv 9Q 'ka 


Virginia . . 


$5,000 00 
21,000 00 
10,000 00 
2(5,500 00 
15,000 00 
2(5,000 00 
59,000 (Xt 
50,000 00 
65,000 00 
148, (too 00 
4,000 00 
40,000 00 
20,000 00 
20,000 0(.) 
8i),(H_)0 00 
10,500 00 
5,000 00 

45,984 39 

1,886 67 


91 










1 1 


91 
95 
96 

97 
98 
80 
87 
par 
91 
)>9 
92 
96 










> t 




'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."" 
















Missouri . . 








































Louisiana . . 




















N. CaroIi)i;i 









S. Carolin;! 


par 
par 

5U 

40 
50 








Georgia . . . 








111. & M. cul 








III. & M. oiil 
int. certf. . 











111. & M. cnl 
int. certf. . . 












§685,870 96 


$598,942 03 


$606,070 00^ 

j 


?12,945 00 $593,125 00 



BANK, MONMOUTII. 



Missouri . . 



$60,000 00 88 



$52,800 00 



$52,000 00 $52,800 00 



BELVIDERE. 



Virginia 
Missouri. 



$14,000 OOpar 
13,000 00 par 

$27,000 00 



$27,000 00 



$69,942 00 



$45,877 OC 



$24,063 0% 



[CVI] 



106 



Statement — 



BANK OF 



Stocks depositcil. 



Stocks withdrawn. 



Kind. 



Virginia. . . 
IH. & Mich., 

canal 

111. & M. cnl 
int. certf. . . 
111. & M. cnl 
int. certf. . . 



Amount. 



5^70,000 00 
9,000 00 
1,131 57 
1,137 57 



$81,275 14 



cd 



Cash value. Kind. 



Virginia 



$75,296 29 



Amount. 



$58,000 00 



Cash value. 



lil. & M cnl 
int. certf. . . 
III. & M. cnl 

int. certf . . 



1,137 67 
1,137 57 



860,275 14 



pai 



!«58,79C) 29 



COMMERCIAL BANK, 



Missouri. . . 

Ohio 

Kentucky . 


$-10,000 00 

5,000 Ow 

10,000 00 


par 
par 

par 






Missouri . . . 

Ohio 

Kentucky . 


$40,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 


par 
nar 










par 










C-j5,000 00 


$55 


,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$30,iX)0 CO 



CLARK'S EXCHANGE 



Virginia . . 
Missouri . . 
('alifornia. . 
Kentucky . 
JU. new int. 
improvm'nt 
III. new int. 
imp. in'st . . 
111. new int. 
imp. in'st. . 
111. new int. 
imp. iii'st. . 
111. new int. 
imp. iii'st. . 
111. new int. 
imp. in'st. . 
111. and M. 
canal int'st 
certificate . 



$50, 
70, 
30, 



364, 
7:^, 
(•.2 , 
40, 

194, 



000 
000 
000 
01)0 

015 

507 

on 8 

994 
551 
722 



par 
par 
90 
P 



116.216 Oil 



50 
ooj- 
36 
39 
40 
48 



50 



-*a, 05 1,076 281 



Virginia . . ! 
lli.'^sov.ri . . 
California. . 
Kentucky. . 
111. neu' int. 
iniprovm'ut 
111. new int. 
imp. in'st. . 
ill. new int. 
imp. in'.st. . 
111. now int. 
imp. iu'.^t. . 
111. new iut. 
imp. in'st. . 
111. new int. 
iTup. in'st. . 
111. «n(l M. 
can:il int'st 
certificate . 



$585,921 38 



$50,000 
70,000 
SO, 000 
32,000 

364,015 
73,507 
62,068 
40,994 
17,551 

182,003 



00 par 
par 
96 
par 

50 

351 

36 

39 

40 

48 



116,216 00 



|?l,038,957 3"? 



?579,819 28 



107 



[cvii] 



Continued. 



OTTAWA, OTTAWA. 



CHICAGO. 



Stocks on deposit, Novemb 


er 29, 1856. 


Circulating Notes. 


Kind. 


Amount. 




Cash value. 


A'mt issued. 


Am't returned 
and destroyed. 


Am't outstand- 
ing Nov. 29, '56 


Virginia . . 


$12,000 00 par 
D,000 00 50 










III. & Micii. 
canal 





































' 








$21,000 00 

I 


$16,500 OOJ $7(5,163 OO 


$59,663 Ooj $16,500 00 



Kentucky. 



$5,000 00 



par 



$5,000 00 



$5,000 00 



65,445 00 



$60,445 00 



BANK, SPRINGFIELD. 



$5,000 00 

































































































































111. new int. 
imp. in'st. . 


$12,718 91 


48 


$6,105 07 






y 






















$12, 718 91 


$6,105 07 


$352,271 00 


$346,271 00 $6,000 00 



[cviiij 



108 



Statement — 



DU PACE COUNTY 





Stocks deposited. 


Stocks withdrawn 






Kind. 


Amount. 


3 


Cash value. 


Kind. 


Amount. 




Cash 


value. 


Yir^inia . . 
Culifui'iaia . 


$27,500 00 
28,000 00 


par 
90 




Virginia . . 
California . 


^22,500 00 
28,000 00 


par 
90 














$55,500 00 


$52,700 00 


$!50,500 00 


$47 


,700 00 



THE ROCK ISLAND 



Missouri. . . 
Ohio 


$64,000 00 
36,000 00 


par 




Missouri . . 
Oiiio 


§(47,000 00 par 

86,000 OOpar 




1 










1100,000 00 


!^100,000 00 


§83,000 OOJ 


^83,000 OU 



THE BANK OF LUCAS & 



Misso\iri . . 
111. new int 
improvni'nt 
111. new int, 
imp. in'st. . 



^50,000 00 
15,264 S4 

2,799 li'i 



par 
50 
40 



$68,063 60 



Mi.^souri . . 
111. new int. 
iiuprovnvnt 
111. new int. 
imp. in'at. . 



$58,000 00 



$.:.0,000 00 par 

15,264 34| 50 

2,709 1(5 40 



?;6 8,063 -50 



§58,751 83 



THE QUIXCY CITY 



>lissouri.. $50,000 00 par 



$50,000 00 Missouri . 



^50,000 00 par ?50,000 00 



EXCHANGE BANK OF U. A, 



Missouri 



$50,000 00 par 



$50,OuO 00 



lVIi:^.^o^ri . . I -$50,000 OOpiiv 



$50,000 OO! 



MERCHANTS' AND MECHANICS' BANK 



Virginia. •• 
111. & Mich. 

canal 

111. & Midi. 
canal 


$50,000 00 

12,000 00 

6,000 00 


par 

50 
4"> 




Yiri^inia. . . 
111. k Mich. 

canal 

111. & Mich, 
canal 


$50,000 00 

12,000 00 

6,000 00 


par 

50 
45 


















$68,000 00 


$58,70Q 00 


$88,000 00 


$58,700 00 



109 



[cix] 



Continued. 



BANK, NAPERYILLE. 



Stocks on deposit, November 29, 1856. 


Circulating notes. 


Kind. 


Amount. 




Casli Yiilue. 


Aiu't issued. 


Am't returned 
and destroyed. 


Am't outstand- 
ing Nov. 29, '56 


Virginia . . 


$3,000 00 


nar 






























|5,000 00 


$5,000 00 


130,021 00 


r$45,551 00 


$i,470 00 



BANK, ROCK ISLAND. 



Missouri. 



117,000 00 par] 



117,000 OOj $17,000 00 149,99.5 00 



$35,591 00 



$14, "404 00 



SIM0ND3, SPRINGFIELD. 





























































$68 745 OO' S^fif!.4fi2 00 


^263 00 










' 





BANK, QUINCY. 



$49,992 00 



$49,772 00 



$220 00 



TUCKER & CO., CHLCAGO. 



$49,995 00 $49,320 00 $675 00 



OF CHICAGO, CHICAGO. 









i 










1 

1 












1 












i 










l^o.-i 700 00 


$56,632 00 


>^2,u68 00 













[ex] 



110 



Statement — 



SOUTHERN BANK OP 



Stocks di^posited. 


Stocks witlidrawn. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


6 

89 
par 

76 


Cash value. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


89 
par 

75 


Cash 


value. 


Tirginia. . 


$2,000 00 

54,000 00 

1,000 00 




Virginia. . 
Missouri. . 
Louisiana. 


$2,000 00 

54,000 00 

1,000 00 








Louisiana . 












$57,000 00 


$56,530 00 


$57,000 00 


$58 


530 00 

i 



BANK OF ROCKFORD, 



Virginia. .. 
Missouri. . . 



|G0,000 00 par 
3,000 OOjpar 



§63,000 00 



1 Virginia. 

Missouri . 



163,000 OOi 



$60,000 OOjpar 
3,000- 00 jpari 



$63,000 00 



$63,000 00 



THE CITY BANK, 



Virginia. . . 



$60,000 OOlparl $60,000 OOj Virginia. . $60,000 00|pav 



$60,000 GO 



Virginia. . 
California. 



Virgiiii.i. 



THE FARMERS' BANK, 



Missouri.. .| $50,000 00 



par 



$50,000 OOJMisaouri. .| $50,000 00 



par 



$50,000 00 



THE MECHANICS' AND FARMERS' 



$75,000 0(»par 



1,.500 00 



$76,50i:i (to 



9( 



Virginia. . 
Oalit'ornia. 



$76,350 00, 



$75,000 OOlpar. 
1,500 0(i| '.till, 



76,500 00| $76,3oO 00' 

i ' 



THE PHOilNIX BANK, 



$50,000 00 



par 



$50,000 oniVirginia. .1 $50,000 Oo!par| $50,000 00 



THE UNION BANK, 





$.50,000 00 
25,000 00 


par 
par 


$50,000 00 
25,000 00 


Virginia. . 
Missouri. . 


$50 000 00 








05 OQO OO'tvu- 














$75,000 00 


$76,000 00 
9,846,152 43 


$75,000 00 
4,146,162 53 


$75, ('00 00 
3,182,763 43 


ftriuid total 


11,701,752 77 



Ill 



[cxi] 



Contimiecl. 



ILLINOIS, BELLEVILLE. 



Stocks on deposit, Xoveiuboi' 29, 1856. 


Circulating XoLes. 


Kind. 


Amount. 


c 


Cash value. 


Amount issued 


1 
Am't returned Am't outstand- 
and destroyed, inp; Nov. 29, '56 


















1 j 


' 








I 








! 








1 


869,000 00 


866, yso 00 


C<2,005 00 






.... 1 



ROCKFORD, 



CHICAGO. 



$62,996 00 



$61,o76 00 



§1,620 00 



CHICAGO. 



$59,994 GO 858,455 00 $1,539 00 



BANK, SPRINGFIELD. 



$50,000 00 



$49,-366 00 ^634 00 



CHICAGO. 



CHICAGO. 



$86,803 0(1 



$84,012 00 $2, '791 00 



$50,000 00 $49, .585 00 $415 00 







1 


i 






1 




















>;76 800 00 


$75,189 00 $1,611 C 








Grand total 


7,645,509 24 


6,66o,o69 00^ 8,511,077 Oii 


2,cyr.,204 00 6,480,873 00 



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No. 21. 



[ cxiii j 



A STATEMENT of the amount of circulating notes outstanding of the banks 
that have been closed by proted ; also, of those that have xcithdravra their stock 
and the arnoutit of specie deposited with the Auditor, Treasurer and banks, Jfo- 
veinber 29, 1656. 



ITwne of bank. 


CiroAilating 

notes, out- 
standing 
Nov. 29, 
1856. 


'Specie deposi- 
ted with Audi- 
tor. 


Specie 
deposited 
ivith Treas- 
urer. 


Specie 

deposited 

with banlis. 


Name of banks in 

which the deposit* 

are made. 




$1,620 

l,r)y9 

634 

2,791 

415 

1,611 

283 
220 

675 

2,068 
2,005 


$1,619 95 

1,537 40 

492 85 

2,787 15 

413 40 

1,608 65 








The City Bank 














The Mechanics' & Far- 








The Pho-nix Bank 
















The Bank of Lucas k. 






$2S3 
442 


Railroad Bank. 


The Quincy City Bunk 

Exchange Bank of H. 

A Tucki'F & Co 






Merchant's k Dro- 




S075 

2,068 
2,005 


ver's Bank of Illi- 
nois. 


Merchant?' & Mechan- 
ics' Bank of Chi- 








Soutiiern Bank ofllli- 
















Totals 


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ts,4.yj 40 


>^'t,748 


$725 





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120 

IS'o. 22. 



STATEMENT of the condition of Banks closed hy protest^ shoiving 
the a?)ioimt of stocks on deposit at the time of protest, the amount of 
circulating notes outstandings Src. 



1854, Nov. 20. 

1855, Mr.rch 5. 

" 28. 



1854, Nov. 20. 

1855, March 5. 

185G, Nov. 30. 
" 30. 



1855, Jan. 1*7. 

Marcli 28. 

1854, Nov. 20. 

lR5fi. Nov. SO. 

'* 30. 



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1855, Aiarcli 5. 

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1865, Mfiicli 5. 

1856, N'ov. 30. 

• • SO. 



FARMERS' BANK, CHICAGO. 

BONDS. 

Amount of Missouri state bonds on deposit at 
par 

Amount of bonds delivered by Auditor for 
circulating notes returned 

Amount of bonds sold by Auditor in New 
York 

CIRCCLATIXG NOTES. 



Amount of circulating notes outstanding. . . . 

Amount of circulating notes returned to Au- 
ditor in lieu of bonds delivered 

Amoiuit of circulating notes rcocemed by 
Auditor with specie 

Amount of ci>'culating notes outstanding this 
day 



$31,000 00 
19,000 00 



$31,000 00 
18,366 00 



$50,000 00 
50,000 0© 

§50,000 00 
49,366 00 



Amount of January, 1855, interest coupons 
on $50,000 bonds 

Amount received for $19,000 bonds sold in 
New York at 94-| per cent 

Amount paid I'or expenses of closing bank, 
selling bonds, &c 

Amount paid for circulating notes redeemed 
with specie by Auditor 

Amount of specie in hands of Auditor for re- 
demption of |634 circulating notes 



$1,500 00 
17,931 25 



$572 40 
18,366 00 



FHCENIX BANK, CHICAGO. 



Amount of Virginia stntc bonds on deposit. . 
Amount of bonds delivered by Auditor for 

circulating no'es returned 

Amount of V>onds sold bv Auditor in Now 

York 

CIRCULATI.VQ NOTES. 



Amount of circulating notes outstanding. . . . 

Amount of circulating notes returned to Au- 
ditor in lieu of bonds delivered 

Amount of circulnting not(?s redeemed with 
specie by Auditor, to date 

Amount of circulating notes outstanding this 
dav 



S634 00 



$19,431 2fl 
18,938 4f) 



§492 85 



^28,000 00 
22,000 00 



$28,000 00 
81,585 00 



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$50,000 00 



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121 
Statement — Continued. 



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1855, Jan. lY 

March 28 

1854, Dec. G 



1855, Aug. 

1856, Nov. 



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30 



30 



1854, Dec. 6 

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1855, March 5 

«' 28 



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1855, March 5 

April Y 

Nov. 30 

" 30 



1815, Jan. 17 
March 28 

1854, Dec. 6 

1856, Nov. 30 

«' 30 



1855, Jan. 3 

March 7 

'^ 28 



Amount of January, 1855, interest coupons 
on $50,000 bonds , 

Amount received for $22,000 bonds, sold in 
N(;w York at 96^ per cent 

Amount paid for expenses of closing l)ank, 
selling bonds, ko, 

Amount paid over to Mark Skinner, receiver 

Amount paid for circulating notes, redeemed 
with specie by Auditor 

Amount of specie in hands of Auditor for re- 
demption of 1415, circulating notes 

MECHANICS' AND FARMERS' BANK, 
SPRINGFIELD. 



Amount of Virginia state bonds on deposit, 

at par 

Amount of California state bonds, $1,500, on 

deposit at 80 cents 

Amount of bonds delivered by Auditor for 

circulating notes returned 

Amount of bonds sold by Auditor in New 

York 

CIRCULATING NOTES. 



$1,500 00 
21,230 00 



$55G 85 
171 75 



21,585 00 



$50,000 00 
1,200 00 



Amount of circulating notes outstanding. . . . 
Amount of circulating notes returned to An 

ditor in lieu of bonds delivered 

Amount of circulating notes returned by John 

T. Stuart, receiver. 

Amount of circulating notes redeemed by 

Auditor with specie to date 

Amount of circulating notes outstanding this 

day 



Amount of January, 1855, interest coupons on 
bonds 

Amount received for $49,000 Virginia bonds 
and $1 , 500 California bonds sold in New 
York 

Amount paid for expenses of closing bank, 
selling bonds, &c 

Amount paid for circulating notes redeemed 
with specie by Auditor 

Amount of specie in hands of Auditor for re- 
demption of $2,791 circulating notes. . . . 



$1,000 00 
50,200 00 



$1,000 00 

623 00 

46,786 00 



$22,730 00 
22,316 60 



$413 40 



51,200 00 



51,200 00 



?51,i00 00 



48,409 00 



THE CITY BANK, CHICAGO. 

BONDS. 



Amount of Virginia state bonds on deposit at 
par 

Amount of bonds delivered by Auditor for 
circulating notes returned 

Amount of bonds sold by Auditor in New 
York 

10 



$1,552 50 
48,596 25 



$575 60 
46,786 00 



$2,791 00 



50,148 76 
47,361 60 



^2,787 15 



$29,000 00 
21,000 00 



$50,000 00 
CO, 000 00 



[ cxxii J 



122 
Statement — Continued. 



1835, Jan. 3 
March 7 

1856, Nov. 30 

" SO 



1855, Jan. \1 
March 28 
Jan. 3 

Aug. 9 

1856, Nov. 30 

" 30 



1833, Jan. 4 
March 7 



1854, Jan. 4 
Mnrch T 

1856. Nov. 30 

" SO 



1855, Jan. 17 
March 28 
March 7 

Aug. 9 

1856, Nov. 30 

♦« 30 



CIRCULATING NOTES. 

Amount of circulating notes outstanding. . . . 

Amount of circulating notes returned to Au- 
ditor in lieu of Ijonds delivered 

Amount of circulating notes redeemed bj 
Auditor with specie 

Amount of cii-culating notes outstanding this 
day 



Amount of January, 1855, interest coupons 
on 150,000 bonds 

Amount received for $21,000 bonds sold in 
New York 

Amount paid for expenses of closing bank, 
selling bondg, &c 

Amount paid over to Mark Skinner, receiver, 

Amount paid for circulating notes redeemed 
with specie l)y Auditor 

Amount of specie in hands of Auditor for re- 
demption of $1 , 539 circulating notes. . . . 



THE UNION BANK, CHICAGO. 



Amount of Virginia bonds $50,000 ; Missouri 
bonds $25,000, on deposit at par 

Amount of bonds, $22,000 Virginia bonds; 
$1,000 Missouri bonds, delivered by Au- 
ditor for circulating notes returned 

Amount of bonds, $28,000 Virginia bonds; 
$9,000 Missouri bonds, sold by Auditor 
in New York 



CIRCULATING NOTES, 



Amount of circulating notes outstanding. . . . 

Amount of circulating notes returned to Au- 
ditor in lieu of l)onds delivered 

Amount of circulating notes redeemed by 
Auditor with specie 

Amount of circulating notes outstanding this 
dav 



Amount of January, 1855, interest coupons on 
$75,000 bonds." 

Amount received for $37,000 bonds sold in 
New York 

Amount paid for expenses of closing bank, 
selling bonds, &c 

Amount paid to Mark Skinner, receiver,. . . . 

A'liount paid for circulating notes redeemed 
with specie by Auditor 

Amount of specie in hands of Auditor for re- 
demption of $1, Gil circulating notes. .. . 



29,000 00 
19,461 00 



$1,500 00 
20,265 00 



$563 10 
203 50 

19,461 00 



$38,000 00 
37,000 00 



,000 00 
,882 00 



$2,250 00 
35,610 00 



$820 35 
49 00 

35,382 00 



$50,000 00 
48,461 00 



$1,539 00 



$21,765 00 



20,227 60 



$1,537 40 



$75,000 00 



75,000 00 



$74,993 00 



73,382 00 



.,611 00 



$37,860 00 



36,851 S5 



$1,608 65 



123 
Statement — Continued. 



[cxxiii] 



1855, April 10 
May IG 



1855, April 10 

1856, Nov. 30 

«' 30 



1855, April 10 
May 16 

April 10 

Sept. 25 

1856, Nov. 30 

" 30 



THE BANK OF ROCKFORD, ROCKFORD. 

BONDS. 

Amount of Virginia state bonds on deposit at 



par. 



Amount of bonds sold by Auditor in New- 
York 



CIRCULATING NOTES. 



Amount of circulating notes outstanding. . . . 
Amount of circulating notes redeemed with 

specie by Auditor 

Amount of circulating notes outstanding this 

day 



Amount received on interest coupons 

Amount received for |39 , 000 bonds sold in 
New Yorli ; 

Amount paid for expenses of closing bank, 
selling bonds, &c 

Amount paid Melancthon Starr, receiver. . . . 

Amount paid for circulating notes redeemed 
with specie by Auditor 

Amount of specie in hands of Auditor for re- 
demption of $1 , 620 circulating notes. . . . 



$510 00 
37,735 00 



$464 05 
785 00 

35,376 00 



$39,000 00 
39,000 00 

$36,996 00 

35,376 00 

1,620 00 



138,245 00 



36,625 05 



$1,619 95 



[ cxxiv] 



124 

No. 23 



STATEMEJVT of the coyidition of the hanks nj the state of Ijlhiois, 
on the first Monday oj October^ A. D. 1856, as rejjresented in their 
quarterly rejjorts. 



RESOURCES. 



Names of Banks. 



Alton Bank 

Agricultural Bank 

The Bank of Raleigh 

The Bank of Huntsonville . . 

The Bank of Belleville 

Bank of Naperville 

Bank of Northern IlUnois... 

The Bank of Elgin 

Bank of Galena 

The Bank of Peru 

Bank of America 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Southern Illinois. . . 

Bank of Quincy. 

Bank of the Commonwealth. 

The Bank of Aurora 

Central Bank 

Corn Exchange Bank 

The Chicago Bank 

E. 1. Tinkham & Co.'s Bank. 

Edgar County Bank 

Farmers' and Traders' Bank. 

Grand Prairie Bank 

Grayville Bank 

Hamilton County Bank 

Marine Bank of Chicago. ... 

McLean County Bank 

Merchants' and Drovers' Bank 

Morgan County Bank 

National Bank 

People's Bank , 

Praric State Bank 

Railroad Bank 

Rushvillc Bank 

Stock Security Bank 

Southern Bank of Illinois. 
Stale Bank of Illinois. . . . 

Warren Countv Bank 

The Belviderc Bank 

The Bank of Ottawa 

Clark's Exchange Bank. . . 
The Rock Island Bank. . . . 



Locations. 



Stocks deposited 
as security for 
circulation. 



Alton 

Marion 

Raleigh 

Huntsonville. 

Belleville 

Naperville.. . . 
Waukegan. . . 

Elgin 

Galena 

Peru 

Chicago 

New Haven. . 

Bolton 

Quincy 

Robinson. . . . 
Aurora ...... 

Peoria 

Fairfield .... 
Chicago. . . . . 
McLeansburg. 

Paris 

Charleston. . . 

Urbana 

Grayville. . . . 
McLeansburg. 

Chicago 

Blooomington 

Joliet 

Jacksonville . 

Equality 

Carnii 

Washington . 

Decatur 

Rushville. . . . 

Danville 

Grayville. . . . 
Shawnectown 
Monmouth . . . 
Belviderc. . . , 

Ottawa 

Springfield. . . 
Rock Island. . 



$o9 

60 

1.54 

100 

213 

62 

53 

100 

71 

53 

50 

180 

272 

70 

85 

139 

100 

142 

50 

541 

73 

160 

71 

471 

204 

143 

68 

199 

71 

74 

511 

115 

82 

138 

205 

178 

669 

60 

30 

16 

6 

18 



,845 21 
,000 00 
,650 00 
,000 00 
,579 00 
,855 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,967 64 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,491 00 
,500 00 
,555 00 
,611 SO 
,000 00 
,022 50 
,500 00 
,290 00 
,923 97 
,000 00 
,083 99 
,000 00 
,937 00 
,000 00 
,340 00 
,00G 00 
,000 00 
,874 91 
,500 00 
,000 00 
,930 00 
,857 23 
,000 00 
,539 50 
,654 70 
,105 07 
,000 00 



$6,12D,613 02 



Real Estate. 



Notes of oth- 
er banks on 
hand. 



^5,505 33 
2,000 00 



4,669 57 



5,583 25 



2,256 40 
8,641 46 
3,000 00 



2,524 49 



11,500 00 

4,152 49 
8,000 00 



!,S32 99 



$48,792 00 



3,914 00 

5,960 00 

8,825 00 

15,149 00 

58,237- 00 

16,460 00 



15,602 00 

21,933 00 

39,910 00 

2,200 00 

35,200 00 

4,304 00 

9,193 00 

7,230 00 

194 00 

10,000 00 
31,548 00 
55,303 00 
11,256 00 





425 


00 


7 


170 


00 


8 


321 


00 


12 


291 


00 


4 


000 00 







$433,717 00 



125 
Statement — Continued. 

RESOURCES. 



[ cxxv ] 



K:imcs of banks. 



Amouat of debt ott- 
ing to the associa- 
tion, other than 
loans and discounts 



!•' 



Alton r.ar.v, 

Agricultni.ii jiauk 

Bank of Raleigh 

The JJank of Hutsonville .\ . . '. ! '. ' 

The Bank of Belleville 

The Bank of Napehille 

Bank of Northern lilinois 

Bank of Elgin 

Bank of (iulena , 

The Bank of Peru. .'...'. 

The Bank of America 

The Ep.nk of Illinois [ 

Bank of Southern Illinois 

The Bunk ofQuincy .' 

The Bank of the Ooinmonv.talth. . . 

The Bank of Aurora 

Central Bank ' . 

Corn Exchange Bank 

The Chicago Bank .'."..'.".'" 

E. I. Tinkiuim & Co.'s Bank 

Edgar Comity Bank .- 

The Farm. 1-8' and Traders' Bank." .* . 

The Grami Prairie Bank 

The Grayxille Bank ]. 

Hamilton <Jounty Bank 

Marine B:;r,k of Chicago 

The McLean County. Bank ..." 

The Merchants' and Drovers' Bank. 

The Morgan County Bank, 

National Bank 

People's B uik .'*.*, 

The Trairi,; State Bank '. ' ' 

Railroad Bank 

The Rush\ ille Bank 

Stock Seemity Bank 

Southern Bank of Illinois, Grayville 

The Stato Bank of Illinois 

Warren County Bank. 

Belvidcre Bank 

The Bank of Ottawa .' 

Clark's Ex.hange Bank * 

The Rock Island Bank 



$48,698 00 
130,904 63 
90,950 00 
11,846 13 
87,751 68 
77,211 83 
95,000 00 



8,728 17 
150,000 00 



1,694 77 



39,758 29 



456,484 00 

99,187 75 

39,099 67 

113,740. 00 

186,609 00 



Loans and dis 
counts. 



Specie on hand 



$38,146 32 



18,478 11 



3,641 45 



36, '462 43 



900 50 



8,318 50 



$49,989 08 
1,5U0 00 
7,292 40 
3,(iu0 00 
74,uy8 93 
4,017 72 
6,a41 49 
11,031 93 
58,858 20 
14,855 93 
7,000 00 
5,400 00 
500 00 
19,950 72 
500 00 
18,291 00 
20,796 97 
10,020 00 
14,800 00 
20,000 00 
3,853 02 
14,268 06 
23,738 04 
18,232 52 
1,500 00 
69,000 00 
9,229 51 
29,354 47 
5,038 12 
7,144 96 
6,132 00 
4,060 50 
8,907 30 
3,000 00 
13,704 80 
7,315 00 
41,174 55 

3,900 00 

7,999 00 

1,000 00 

9,014 43 



81,634,723 92 $105,947 31 



$635,810 65 



[ cxxvi ] 



126 
Statement — Continued, 



RESOURCES. 



Names of banks. 



Alton Bank 

Agricultural Bank 

Bank of Raleigh 

The Bank of llutsonville 

The Bank of Belleville 

The Bank of Naperville ■ 

Bank of Northern Illinois 

Bank of Elgin 

Bank of Galena 

The Bank of Peru 

The Bank of America 

The Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Southern Illinois 

The Bank of Quincy 

The Bar,k of the Commonwealth 

The Biuik of Aurora 

Central Bank 

Corn Exchange Bank 

The Chicngo Bank 

E. I. Tinkham & Co.'s Bank 

Edgar County Bank 

Farmers' and Traders' Bank 

Grand Prairie Bank 

Grayville Bank 

Hamilton County Bank 

Marine Bank of Chicago 

The McLean County I3ank 

Merchants' and Drovers' Bauk of Illinois 

The Morgan County Bank 

National Bank 

People's Bank 

The Prairie State Bank 

Railroad Bank 

The Rushville Bank 

Stock Security Bank 

Southern Bank of Illinois, Grayville 

The State Bank of; Illinois 

Warren County Bank 

Belvidere Bank 

The Bank of Ottawa 

Clark's Exchange Bank 

The Rock Island Bank 



Deposited with 
other banks and 
bankers. 



$5*7,151 16 



217,720 50 

9,296 85 

10,641 85 

7,881 06 

185,854 90 

123,179 96 



152,600 00 

235,686 00 
47,581 96 
99,500 00 
93,683 00 

134,035 64 
83,879 55 
11,795 95 

449,325 00 



Suspended 
debt. 



7, 

56, 

456, 

176, 

176, 

77, 

147, 

62, 

65, 



673 02 
406 12 
686 16 
870 00 
825 24 
748 84 
693 53 
331 35 
206 58 



5,821 20 



5,120 51 

170,885 00 
581,979 98 



5,000 00 
37,389 57 



$3,953,450 48 



81,000 00 



New York 
exchange. 



85,000 00 
21,000 GO 



1,474 00 
5,000 00 

9,000 00 



$1,000 00 



$41,474 00 



127 
Statement — Continued. 




[cxxvii ] 


RESOURCES. 


Names of banks. 


Expense 
account. 


Personal es 
tatc. 


Interest 
account. 


Checks, 
drafts and 

other 
cash items. 


Alton Bank. , 




$16 13 




Agricultural Bank 






The Bank of Raleigh 








The Bank of Hutsonville 








The Bank of Belleville 








Bank of Napier ville 








Bank of Northern Illinois 


$400 15 
4,422 94 


1,296 67 




The Bank of Elgin 


$5,201 35 
3,627 30 


Bank of Galena 




The Bank uf Furu 


1,453 74 




Bank of America 






Bank of Illinois 








Bank of Southern Illinois, 








Bank of Quinc y 








Bank of the CommonweaUh 








The Bank of Aurora 






Central Bank 
















The Chicago Bank . , 


7,182 46 






E. I. Tinkham & Go's Bank 






Edgar County Bank 


1,254 83 




Farmers' and Traders' Bank 






Grand Prairie Bank 




5,229 00 


Gray ville Bank 


957 85 




Hamilton Countv Bank 






Marine Bank of Chicago 








McLean County Bank 


871 02 

809 00 

491 69 

2,024 46 




1,704 58 


Merchants' and Drovers' Bank 




Morgan County Bank 






UTational Bank 






People's Bank 






Prairie State Bank 








Railroad Bank 


3,187 04 




213 00 




> 


Stock Security Bank 




830 00 


Southern Bank of Illinois 






State Bank of Illinois 


7,355 26 




2,491 93 


Warren Countv Bank 




The Belvidere Bank 


2,953 74 






The Bank of Ottawa 






Clark's Exchange Bank 








The Rock Island Bank 


















$32,109 35 


$2,551 50 


$16 13 


$19,297 la 



[ cxxviii ] 



128 
Statement — Continued. 



KESOURCES: 



Names of banks. 



Alton Bank • . • 

Agiiciilturul Bank 

The Bank of Raleigh 

The Bank of Hutsonville 

The Bank of Belleville 

Bank of Napervill e 

Bank of Northern Illinois. . . . 

Bank of Elgin 

Bank of Galena 

The Bank of Pern 

Bank of America 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Southern Illinois 

Bank of Quincy 

Bank of the Commonwealth.. . 

The Bank of Aurora. . . •. 

Central Bank 

Corn Exchage Bank 

The Chit-ago Bank 

E. I. Tinkham & Co.'s Bank. . . 

Edgar County Bank ; 

Fanners' and Traders' Bank... 

Grand Praiiie Bank 

Cray vi lie Bank . 

Hamiltnn County Bank 

Marine Bank of Chicago 

McLeaii County Bank 

Merchants' ;nid Drover's Bank 

Morgan County Bank 

National Bank 

People's Bankl 

Prairie State' Beirik 

RailroaVl"W^k.' 

RushviJ'isBjfe^^...- 

Stock hi-'L'u'rtty Bank'. 

Southern Bank'of 'Illinois 

State I'aiik of Illinois. 

Warren County Bank 

The Bolvidere- Bank . 

The Bank of Ottawa 

Clark's Exchange Bank 

The Rock Island Bank 



Cost of stocks 
on deposit. 
Value. 



Profit and loss 
account. 



85,660 00 



$5,660 00 



Total resources. 



$14',i4'4: 12 



$14,14-1 12 



$253 
115 
313 
193 
539 
lYS 
159 
238 
378 
213 
57 
338 
508 
153 
185 
278 
295 
242 
119 
1,010 
127 
344 
167 
952 
382 
398 
228 
433 
151 
154 
975 
223 
158 
264 
41(5 
857 
1,'826 
60 
59 
32' 
12' 
64 



$13,062,347 63 



129 
Statement — Continued. 



[ cxxix ] 



LIABILITIES. 



Ncamcs of banks. 



Capital stock paid Amount of debt owing 
in and invested to the association, 



Alton Bank 

Agricultural Bank 

The Bank of Raleigh 

The Bank of HutsonTillo . . . . 

The Bank of Belleville 

The Bank of Naperville 

Bank of Northern Illinois... 

The Bank of Elgin 

Bank of Galena 

The Bank of Peru 

Bank of America 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Southern Illinois... 

Bank of Quincy 

Bank of the Commonwealth. .< 

The Bank of Aurora 

Ceutrnl Bank 

Corn Exchange Bank 

The Chicago Bank 

E. I. Tiukham & Co. 's Bank. 

Edgar County Bank. 

Farmers' and Traders' Bank. . 

Grcind Prairie Bank 

Gray-^ ille Bank 

Hamilton County Bank 

Marine Bank of Chicago. . . . 

McLean County Bank 

Merchants' and Drovers' Bank. . 

Morgtii- County Bank , 

National Bank 

People's Bank 

Prairie State Bank 

Railroa 1 Bank 

Rushvillc Bank 

Ssock Security Bank 

Southf>rn Bank 'of Illinois.., 

State Bank of Illinois 

"Warren County Bank 

The Bel vidorc "Bank , 

The Bank of Ottawa 

Clark's Exchange Bark .... 
The Rock Island Bank 



ac c ordinj 
law. 



to 



$59,845 

65,200 

159,25*7 

90,950 

213,579 

59,700 

60,000 

100,000 

57,000 

88,500 

50,000 

180,000 

236,186 

70,000 

100,000 

139,491 

94,148 

100,000 

50,611 

641,000 

22,085 

150,000 

71,290 

471,923 

178,370 

150,000 

65,000 

199,937 

60,719 

80,000 

464,515 

104,160 

56,000 

125,740 

183,591 

178,980 

650,655 

60,000 

81,000 

16,654 

6,105 

50,000 



^5,872,144 61 



other thaix for depo- 
sits and circulation. 



$14,390 85 
28,436 79 



33,106 99 



25,666 68 



144 16 



1,611 85 
50,000 00 



Amount due to 
depositora. 



4,624 85 



§157,981 17 



$128,987 12 



113,992 6*7 
45,286 23 
84,656 72 
31,602 48 

221,255 13 
29,359 83 



110,362 86 



28,212 00 
45,861 48 
24,954 62 



28,900 30 
87,485 58 

19,295 49 



960 00 
25,441 50 



26,285 58 



Jl, 002, 399 54 



L cxxx } 



130 
Statement — Continued. 



LIABILITIES. 



Names of bauks. 



Alton Bank 

Agricultural Bank 

The Bank of Raleigh 

The Bank of Hutsonville 

The Bank of Belleville 

Bank of Xaperville 

Bank of Northern Illinois 

The Bank of Elgin 

Bank of Galena 

The Bank of Peru 

Bank of America 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Southern Illinois 

Bank of Quincy 

Bank of the Commonwealth,.. 

The Bank of Aurora 

Central Bank 

Corn Exchange Bank 

The Chicago Bank 

E. I. Tinkham & Co.'s Bank. . 

Edgar County Bank 

Farmers' and Traders' Bank... 

Grand Prairie Bank 

Gray ville Bank 

Hamilton County Bank 

Marine Bank of Chicago 

McLean County Bank 

Merchants' and Drovers' Bank. 

Morgan County Bank 

National Bank 

People's Bank 

Prairie State Bank 

Railroad Bank 

Rushville Bank 

Stock Security Bank 

Southern Bank of Illnois 

State Bank of Illinois 

Warren County Bank 

The Belvidere Bank 

The Bank of Ottawa 

Clark's Exchange Bank 

The Rock Island Bank 



Amount of notes, 
or bills, in cir- 
culation. 



Am't due other| Exchange 
banks andiand interest 
bankers. account. 



55 

154 

90 

212 

56 

46 

93 

4G 

48 

7, 

158 

236 

55 

85 

139 

90 

142 

50 

459 

75 

149 

71 

471 

178 

89 

GO 

177 

60 

74 

4C4 

104 

7G 

125 

183 

173 

G45 



729 
198 
650 
950 
U65 
010 
500 
284 
864 
418 
000 
000 
186 
6C8 
000 
491 
731 
296 
000 
325 
601 
529 
290 
816 
370 
705 
722 
220 
930 
376 
515 
032 
510 
740 
591 
200 
965 



0G5 00 
999 00 
000 00 
404 00 



$5,534,945 00 



),758 72 



10,503 81 
51,477 65 



$8,603 72 



30 54 



14,234 S8 



1,800 00 



130,303 93 
11,439 22 



$210,483 33 



8,949 30 



$33,617 94 



131 
Statement — Continued. 



f cxxxi ] 



LIABILITIES 



Names of banks. 



Alton Bank 

Agricultural Bank 

The Bank of Raluigli 

The Bank of Ilutsonvillc 

The Bank of Bdlevillc 

Bank of Naperville 

Bank of Northern Illinois. . 

The Bank of Elgin 

Bank of Galena 

The Bank of Peru 

Bank of America 

Bank of Illinois 

Bank of Southern Illinois . . . 

Bank of Quincy 

Bank of the Commonwealth. 

The Bank of Aurora 

Central Bank 

Corn Exchange Bank 

The Chicago Bank, 

E. Tinkham & Co.'s Bank.. 

Edgar County Bank 

Farmers and Traders' Bank 

Grand Prairie Bank 

Grayville Bank 

Hamilton County Bank . . . 
Marine Bank of Chicago. 
McLean County Bank. . . . 
Merchants' and Drovers' Bank 
Morgan County Bank. . . . 

National BanU 

People's Bank 

Prairie State Bank 

Railroad Bank 

Rushville Bank 

Stock Security Bank 

Southern Bank of Illinois, 
State Bank of Illinois. . . . 

Warren County Bank 

The Belvidere Bunk 

The Bank of Ottawa 

Clark's Exchange Bank. . . 
The Rock Island Bank 



Surplus of in- 
terest over de- 
posit value. 



Interest divi- 
d e nds 
stocks. 



$4,800 00 



12,050 00 



35,814 00 



25,630 00 



10,070 00 



46,485 00 
10,840 00 



12, '(GO 00 
23,117 73 



18,978 41 



5,940 00 



31,029 92 



Profit and loss 
account. 



$109 07 
8,596 04 
1,948 26 



Total liabiBLtiea. 



1,582 79 



2,602 09 



2 02 



3,2.-J6 25 
164 61 



$181,566 73 



$55,948 33 



L3,261 73 



$253,023 
]]5,198 
813,907 
193,950 
639,036 
175,386 
159,733 
238,986 
876,545 
213,619 
57,000 
338.000 
50'<,186 
153,134 
1£5,000 
27?, 982 
29.:,2i2 
242,296 
119,589 
1,010,325 
127,024 
344,890 
lo7,534 
952,689 
382,370 
898,909 
228,860 
433,097 
151,017 
151,376 
975,515 
223,248 
1.j8,116 
2Ci,240 
416,585 
357,130 
1,326.649 
t)0,000 
59,689 
32,653 
12,i05 
C4,i04 



11 
00 
03 
00 
67 
58 
12 
28 
04 
20 
00 
00 
00 
68 
00 
00 
61 
00 
71 
GO 
95 
48 
62 
21 
00 
23 
24 
00 
66 
00 
00 
25 
U, 
CO 
31 
00 
95 
00 
85 
70 
OY 
00 



$13,062,348 S3 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 



TREASURES OF ILLIIOIS, 

TO THE TWENTIETH GENERAL ALSEMBLY. 



Teeasueee's Office, Illijstois, ) 

Springfieldy'Decernber 1, 1856. j 

To the General idssemhly of the State of Illinois : 

In accordance with tlic provisions of law, I have the honor to snbmit 
the following report of the receij^ts and dishursements of the pnblic 
money within the two years ending on the 30th day of Noveml:)er, 1856, 
in the following order : 

1. A statement of the aggregate receipts for revenne pnrposes. 

2. A statement of monthly receipts of revenne from the assessment 
of taxes and other sources. 

3. A statement of monthly receipts of special taxes and from tiro sale 
of state lands. 

4. A statement of monthly credits, on account of each fund, by re- 
ceipts from the auditor of pnblic accounts. 

5. A statement of the aTumal receipts of special taxes from the 1st of 
December, 1845, to 30th November, 1856. 

The receipts and disbursements, and the balance of each fund remain- 
ing on hand on the 30th of November, as appears by the foregoing 
Statements, are as follows, viz : 

Receipts for revenue purposes, including the balance on hand on the 
1st day of December, 1851, amount to $693,025 35. Payments on the 
same account, including $20,000 surplus revenue, amount to $530,085 53, 
leaving a balance in the treasury for revenue purposes of $162,030 82. 

Receipts on account of the state debt fund, including the balance on 
hand on the 1st day of December, 1851, mnount to" $], 531,1)80 11. 
Payments on the same account amount to $908,820 16, leaving a balance 
on hand, for jt;ro rata distribution, on thehrtit day of J au nary, 1857, of 
1023,160 25. 



2 [cxxxiuj 

Ecceipts on account of tlie interest fund, including the balance on 
hand on the 1st day of December, 1854, amount to ^1,028,771 34 
Fayments on the same account to $001,047 23, leaving a balance in the 
treasmy.of $337,724 11, $270,000 of which will be required for the 
payment of the mterest falling due January 1st, 1857. 

Eeceij.ts on account of the Insane Hospital, including the balance on 
hand on the 1st day of December, 1854, amoum to $J 8,534 50 Pay- 
ments on the same account amount to $10,034 53, leaving a balance of 
J>8,o00 (Jo, which has been transferred to the revenue fund, as required 
by an a(;t of February 14, 1855. 

Keceipis on account of the Institute for the Blind, incluchno- the 
balance on hand on the 1st day of December, 1854, amount to $4 439 67 
Payments on the same account amount to $4,010 36, leaving a balance 
of $429 31, which has also been transferred to the revenue fund asre- 
qmred by the act of February 14, 1855. ' 

Eec-eipts from five per cent, of the gross earnings of the Illinois Cen- 
tral Eailroad and Galena Branch for December, 1855, and June 1856 
amount to $61,280 59. Payments on the same for the purchase of 
lilmois interest paying indebtedness amount to $56,414 51, leavino- a 
balance of $4,866 08 in the treasury. ^ 

Eeceipts on account of the state land fund amount to $198 577 12 
Payments on the same account amount to $160,879 18, leavim>- a bal- 
ance m the treasury of $37,697 94. ^ 

Eeceipts on account of the school fmid amount to $108,145 99 and 
payments on account of the same amount to $37,697 94, leaving a bal- 
ance of $23,069 56 in the treasury. ^ j t, ua 

Amount of taxes on non-resident lands remaining in the treasury on 
the 1st of December, 1854, are $7,790 80. Payments on the same 
amount to ^6,61\) 13, leaving a balance in the treasury of $4 471 67 
io.r'^^o''Zf ^.^^''^'''^'^'' ^'-''^'^ ^^ ^^^ treasury on the Ist of December, 

loOi, IS t^'i il 00. ' 

Funds deposited in the treasury from Adams and Hancock coimties, 
belonging to unknown heirs, amount to $86 40. 

^ By the provisions of an act, entitled "An act to regulate payments of 
interest on the public debt and the pm-chase of state bonds/' approved 
15th February 1855, it is made the dutyof the "State trea urer to pay 
the installments of interest in J^^ew York, and to make necessary ar- 
rangements for he payment of the installments ofMnterest made pay- 
able m London." Ly the provisions of an act, entitled "An act to pro- 
vide for the payment of the installment of interest upon the state debt 
payable m January, 1855," approved February 15th,'lS55, a portion of 
the surplus revenue, and the fund received, or to be received, for the 
sale of state land, was specifically appropriated "for iliQ pa^Tnent of the 
installment of interest which should have been made inWew York on 
the first Monday of January, 1855." The appropriation thus made, 
and the duties of the treasm-er being defined by the acts above referred 
to, It became necessary to concentrate all the available means entrusted 
to the undei^igned to enable him to pay the instaUment at as early a 
day as possible. In order to efl:ect an object so desirable, a settlement 
of the accounts of the state with Messrs. Matheson & Co. interest pay- 
mg agents in London, was requested* ^^ 



[cxxxiv] 3 

These gentlemen very promptly forwarded statements of their ac- 
comits, together with vouchers for all disbursements, and in Angnst, 
1855, the balance in their hands, (£1,104 9s. 4d.,) eqnal to $5,399 61, 
was i3laced to my credit for acconnt of the January, 1855, installment in 
the American Exchange Bank, ISTew York, and the further payments 
of interest in London discontinued. 

Some excitement had been created amongst the people of Illinois, as 
well as amongst the holders of our bonds — the creditors of the state — 
in consequence of the failure to pay the installment of interest which 
had been provided for as it fell due in January, 1855. It became neces- 
sary to remove the excitement and distrust thus created to the prejudice 
of our integrity at as early a day as possible. 

The duty of paying the interest having devolved upon the treasurer, 
and appropriations been made by the legislature for payment of the 
January installment from the land fund and the surplus revenue ; but 
in March following the adjournment of the legislature neither land fund 
or surplus revenue sufficient to pay the installment was in the treasury. 
It occurred to me, however, that our state land would be disposed of at 
an early day, and the unexpended surplus revenue would soon be re- 
turned to the treasury, and, therefore, early in April I gave positive 
assurance to our creditors that the delinquent installment should be paid 
with the installment of the following July. 

The assurance thus given appeared to be generally satisfactory, and 
its fulfilment in July, 1855, made it entirely so. 

In the month of June, 1855, a verbal agreement was made with the 
president and cashier of the American Exchange Bank, in New York, 
to receive the interest funds of Illinois from the treasurer on special 
deposit, and to disburse the same on such terms as should be a fair and 
reasonable compensation for the services rendered. 

On the 22d of June, 1855, my first deposit of $168,000 was made 
with the bank, being less than ten days prior to the day of payment. From 
that date to the 14th of December following the sum of $307,600 T_6 
was deposited, being the amount reqaired to pay the interest on liqui- 
dation bonds and the January and July installments, at the rate of 3 per 
cent, per anmmi, that being the highest figure which the interest fund 
then collected would justify. 

In the month of December, 1855, as the annexed statement of interest 
payments show, the sum of $15,521 59 of the two former installments 
was yet unclaimed and subject to the treasurer's order; that amount, 
added to $202,668 77, gave $218,190 36, the latter being the sum re- 
quired to pay the January, 1856, installment of interest, (at the rate of 
four per cent, per annum,) together with the balance of interest due 
upon tlie liquidation bonds. 

On the 30th of June last a balance of $10,083 96, pro^'ided for the 
installment of January, 1856, was yet unclaimed, and added to make up 
the sum of $225,083 96, being the amount recjuired to pay the install- 
ment of July, 1856, at tlie rate of five per cent, per annum, with the 
balance of interest due upon the liquidation bonds. On the 29th No- 
vember, 1856, a balance of $5,592 20, provided for the installment of 
July, 1856, was yet unclaimed, and added to make up the sum of 
1374,515 05, being the amount required to pay unclaimed installments 



4: [CXXXV] 

and interest in fiill, at tlie rate of six per cent, per annmn, npon tlie 
entire amount of outstanding interest paying indebtedness. 

Tlie payment of interest in full upon our state debt, as will be done 
on the tirst Monday in January, 185Y, lias been earnestly desired by 
both debtor and creditor, and is at length accomplished, for the first 
time, from the collection of taxes ; and, although our interest paying 
indebtedness will increase in the aggregate over a million and a half in 
January, 1858, yet the full interest can be paid semi-annually by the 
appli<"ation of the large amount of surplus revenue and funds derived 
from the sale of state lands, which are now in the treasury. 

The interest being hereafter paid in full, no good reason seems to 
exist why the arrears of interest accrued upon our bonds should not be 
funded and interest certificates issued therefor. 

In connection with the subject of paying interest I beg leave to say, 
that the requirements of the act of last season are entirely incomj^atible 
and seri'Uisly conflicting with the duties of the treasurer's oflice ; both 
duties cannot be performed at the same time by one individual. In the 
month uf July, when the treasurer is required to be present in J^ew 
York, very large payments are being made into the state treasury. In 
the month of January the personal attention of the treasurer is abso- 
lutely required in his office to pay out the very large amount (now over 
$600,000) of two mill tax, which is paid, pro rata, upon such bonds as 
are presented annually to the auditor. If, then, the personal attention 
of the treasurer is required in Springfield and ]^ew York simultan- 
eously, and cannot be had at both places at the same time, I ask if there 
may not be danger of pecuniary loss by entrusting the large amount of 
funds under his care to the hands of agents at either jooint, v/ho are 
wholly irresponsible to the people of Illinois ? 

With regard to the duties above alluded to, experience convinces me 
that they entirely conflict with each other, and that the best interests of 
the state require them to be separated. The fact that I have performed 
them to the best of my humble ability, without any compensation what- 
ever, does not induce the suggestion for a separation ; it is that the in- 
terests of the state and the responsibilities of the treasurer may not be 
placed in jeopardy, but that both may be more securely guarded. 

The case of Messrs. Thompson & Forman, iron merchants of Lon- 
don, who have a lien upon $1,000,000 of our state bonds — besides 
about $90,000 in bonds in their own right, but by contract are not 
privileged to dispose ot^ — may be presented to the legislature for adjust- 
ment. 

The interests of the state require that those bonds should be relieved 
and canceled, and as the claim is merely an adjustment, and not an 
increase of our liabilities to them, the true policy would be to authorize 
a settlement of the claim. 

During the year 1855, information was received at this office from A. 
Chartrain, esq., advocate of the imperial court of Paris, that a sum of 
money appeared to be due the state of Illinois from the assets of a bank 
formerly in existence in that city, Mr. Chartrain proj)rosing to attempt 
its collection for the consideration of one-half the amount recovered. 

As no information concerning this indebtedness was at hand, either 
in the iund commissioner's or treasurer's office, a letter concerning it 



[cxxxvi] 5 

was forwarded to Mr. Chartrain, and in February last an answer was 
received from liim at this office. 

About £550 sterling appears to be due the state, and, in Mr. C.'s 
opinion, with a fair prospect of recovering that sum. 

Therefore, believing that the state of Illinois could not be injured by 
the transaction, on the 24:th of October last, I forwarded a letter of 
attorney, duly executed by me as treasurer of- Illinois, empowering Mr. 
Chartrain to collect, and to place one-half the amount, when collected, 
to the credit of the treasurer of Illinois, in deposit with the American 
Exchange Bank, in the city of IlTew York. 

JOHN" MOOEE, Treasurer. 



6 



[ cxxxvii ] 



State Treasurer to the State of IllirTois. 



DR. 



To balance in the treasury for revenue purposes, December 1st, 1854 

Keceipts from collectors for 1853 and prior years 

Receipts from collectors for 1854 

Receipts from collectors for 1855 

Receipts from hawkers' and peddlers' licenses 

Receipts from drainage commissioners 

Receipts from sale of saline lands 

Receipts from surplus revenue 

Receipts from redemption by minor heirs 

Receipts from redemption and sale of lands under execution 

Amount transferred from hospital fund 

Amount transferred from institute for the blind , 

Received on account of the Pekiu and Bloominston raih'oad. ...... 



$29,024 84 

9,^95 31 

290,911 55 

323,212 93 

600 00 

5,926 00 

1,208 54 

20,000 00 

15 52 

3,400 32 

8,500 03 

429 31 

1 00 



,025 35 



—11 



[ cxxxviii ] 7 

STATEMEJVT of monthly receipts for revenue and 07i account of 

the school tax. 



Date. 


Collectors and 
transfers. 


Peddlers' license. 


Saline lands. 


School tax. 




$1,798 02 
2,422 90 
2,314 97 

11,741 85 
4,988 S7 

40,605 68 
170,082 72 

55,897 24 
3,410 01 
2,150 66 
1,601 42 

21,142 '95 


$50 00 






1855, January 

February . . . 






50 00 
50 00 










April 

May 


















July 

August 

September. . 
October . . . . 








50 00 
100 00 
150 00 
















$910 42 












$317,656 79 

2,690 92 

2,137 18 

4,695 62 

7,461 50 

3,988 31 

40,860 28 

141,245 19 

102,823 73 

10,545 88 

6,227 41 

6,460 97 

15,398 19 


$450 00 


$910 42 




December. . . 




1856, January. . . . 
February . . . 
March 




















April 

May 

June 

July 

August 


100 00 
50 00 








$6,822 33 
31,607 20 
55,367 27 


77 14 






7,318 S9 


September.. 
October , . . . 




220 98 


78 80 




6,643 60 


November. . 






307 80 












;J662,191 97 


$600 00 


$1,208 54 


$108,145 99 



8 [ cxxxix ] 

MO JVTHLY receipts of special taxes and for state lands. 



Sate. 


State debt. 


Interest. 


Hospital. 


Blind Inst. 


State land. 


1864, December. 
1855, January.. . 

February . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 

September. 

October. . . 

November . 


$2,131 14 

4,769 80 

1,945 36 

14,042 68 

17,741 45 

66,072 23 

278,164 60 

91,980 58 

5,122 49 

3,934 64 

1,490 28 

933 41 


$1,598 35 

3,502 35 

709 W2 

8,479 47 

4,312 87 

49,073 39 

282,391 21 

69,294 35 

4,515 37 

2,115 48 

917 74 

528 23 


$355 23 

778 28 

6 97 


$110 71 

233 50 

2 10 




$8,135 73 

15,357 95 

5,758 31 






5,933 2T 






7,373 16 






15,156 18 






12,618 20 






2,956 52 






3,031 13 






600 00 






417 68 










$488,328 66 


$427,467 83 


5^1,140 48 


$346 31 


$77,338 13 


December . 

1856, January.. . 

February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 
October. . . 
November . 


$1,301 88 

265 81 

10,108 11 

3,704 58 

8,829 09 

69,894 95 

270,-583 41 

209,839 59 

19,786 ei 

7,719 74 

14,164 71 

8,886 00 


$3,446 62 

246 86 

7,581 11 

1,103 17 

7,380 94 

50,469 76 

217,260 50 

156,315 02 

16,309 46 

5,678 17 

5,721 04 

67,439 96 


School tax. 




$22,560 98 
10 493 08 






11,311 90 






1,399 60 






2,300 00 


•$6,822 33 

31,607 20 

55,367 27 

7", 318 99 

78 80 

6,643 60 

307 80 




200 00 




1,008 63 
100 00 








100 00 




70 00 




55,335 84 




$1,113,413 14 


$966,420 44 


$108,145 99 




$182,218 16 









[cxl]j 9 

STATEMEJ^T of monthly credits hy auditor* s receipts. 



Date. 


Revenue, 


State debt. 


Interest. 


lospital. 


Blind. 


School. 


State land 


1854, December. 

1855, January. . 
February. . 
March. . . . 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August . . . 
September 
October. . . 
November. 


$7,985 43 

13.329 67 
34,944 33 
20,651 94 
21,408 68 
17,679 59 
74,029 28 
37,776 27 
15,577 71 
49,003 44 

13.330 35 
15,054 19 




62,000 00 


5000 00 

5000 00 

34 53 


4000 00 




12,000 00 


418,238 18 
434 45 


7,492 98 


155 46 


10 36 




16,785 81 


83 64 
109 64 






















212,000 00 








38,000 00 




































































December. 

1856, January. . 

February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August . . . 
September 
October. . . 
November. 


320,770 88 

23,298 71 

23,465 93 

17,493 39 

11,137 66 

14,933 29 

10,570 56 

48,767 46 

15,639 38 

3,981 73 

25,362 74 

5,641 23 

9,922 57 


418,865 91 

139 43 

489,123 21 


274,155 46 

126,000 00 

74,205 00 


10034 53 


4010 36 




74,278 79 
24,60© 39 


















21 37 
657 03 




























875 92 

40811 42 

19279 49 

5467 29 

2902 82 

4972 93 

10766 56 




63 07 
50 44 


200,047 31 
13,703 44 
































2,443 44 
492 58 










_8500 03 


429 31 


62,000 00 








530,985 53 


908,820 46 


691,047 23 


18534 56 


4439 67 


85076 43 


160879 18 



10 



[cxH] 



STATEMEJYT of the annual receipts of special taxes from the first 
of December, 1845, 7o JYovember QQthy 1856. 



Date. 


State debt. 


Interest fund. 


Hospital. 


Blind asylum. 


1846 
1847 

1848 




$62,024 33 
111,139 94 
123,803 98 
137,223 87 
159,103 02 
169,775 44 
196,618 31 
217,375 74 
. 310,882 11 
427,467 83 
538,952 61 














$11,961 84 
18,523 67 
21,794 70 
21,867 78 
41,378 33 
49,709 04 
70,545 38 
1,140 48 




1849 






$165,788 81 
227,119 94 
265,046 58 
284,585 98 
416,635 01 
488,828 66 
625,093 48 




1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 


$10,727 96 

24,860 32 

29,549 87 

21,011 54 

346 31 


1856 








$2,472,598 46 


$2,454,367 18 


$236,921 28 


$86,496 00 



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15 



STATEMEJVT shoiving the amount deposited with the American 
Exchange Bank, JYew York, on special deposit, by the Treasurer 
of Illinois, for the pay ment of the eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth 
and twenty -first installments of interest upon the Illinois state debt ; 
the amount and date of each deposit, and the amount paid on Treas- 
urer's checks on each installment respectively. 



Dr. 






Cr. 


Date. 


Amount. 


Eighteenth and nineteenth installments. 


Amount. 


1855, June 18 

" ....19 
* * .20 


$105,000 00 

63,000 00 

18,400 00 

15,107 84 

71,342 76 

11,000 00 

9,000 00 

5,399 61 

5,000 00 

4,350 55 


December, 1855, by 636 Treasurei-'r 
checks paid, returned and canceled, 


■ 
$292,079 17 
15 521 59 


" ... .29 




July 2 

" IS 

" 25 

August. . .14 
October. .11 
December 14 








$307,600 76 


$307,600 76 



Dr. 






Cr. 


Date. 


Amount. 


Twentieth installment. 


Amount. 


1855,Decem'r.l8 

18 

" 19 

" 26 


$15,521 59 

84,000 00 

42,000 00 

7,182 43 

47,800 00 

10,000 00 

218 59 

9,144 00 

2,323 75 


1856, June 30, by 585 Treasurer's 
checks paid, returned and canceled, 
amounting to 

Amount to balance 


$208,106 40 
10,083 06 


January. .11 
" 12 
" 14 
" 20 

February 6 








$218,190 36 


$218,190 36 



16 

Statement — Continued. 



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Dk. 



Date. 



1856, June 
May. 
June 



July 



.30 
.31 
. 1 
.10 
.11 
13&17 
...19 
...27 
... 2 
... 5 
...22 



Amount. 



19, 
4, 
8, 
20, 
16, 
19, 
35, 
39, 
44, 



083, 96 
526 00 
078 15 
650 00 
207 00 
080 00 
167 73 
150 00 
061 15 
529 00 
550 97 



$225,083 96 



Twenty-first installment. 



1856, November 29, by 608 Treasu- 
rer's checks paid, returned and can- 
celed, amounting to, 

Amount to balance 



Cr. 



Amount. 



,491 76 
5,692 20 



|;225.,083 96 



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17 



STATEMEJ^T shoiving the amount paid out upon each of the in- 
stallments of interest which fell due on the first Mondays of Janu' 
ary and July, in the years 1855 and 1856, being the eighteenth, 
nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first installments ; upon the two 
former at the rate of 3 per cent, per annum was paid^ upon the 
third at the rate of 4l per cent., upon the fourth at the rate oj 5 per 
cent, per annum, and upon the instaUm,ent due July, 1557, interest 
will be paid at the rate of six per cent, per annum. 

NEW INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT STOCK. 



Payment from July 1st, 1855, to December 31, 1855, as per 380 vouchers, Nos. 

1 to 379 

Illinois and Michigan canal bonds 

Delafield certificates 

Liquidation bonds 

As per 256 vouchers, Nos. 1 to 162—164 to 257 

Payments from the 1st day of January to 80th June, 1856 — new internal im- 
provement stocks, as per 360 vouchers, Nos, 380 to 489, 491 to 647, 649 to 
740 and 395, amounting to 

Delafield certificates, per voucher No. 265 

Liquidation bonds, as per vouchers Nos. 272, 284, 291 and 448 

Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, as per vouchers Nos. 258 to 264, 266 to 271, 
273 to 283, 285 to 290, 292 to 394, 396 to 447, 449 to 481, 490 and 648. . . 



$185,606 11 

139,471 54 

1,800 00 

15,201 52 



$292,079 17 



$101,309 69 
6,360 00 
7,632 85 

92,803 86 



1208,106 40 



Payments made from July 1st to November 30, 1856, on new internal improve- 
ment stock, as per 387 vouchers, Nos. 585, 741 to 1126 

Payments on Illinois and Michigan canal bonds, as per 209 vouchers, Nos. 482, 
483, 485 to 492, 499 to 519, 521 to 523, 525 to 578, 580 to 584, 586 to S58, 
660 to 674, 676 to 703 

Payments on Delafield certificates, as per vouchers Nos. 484 and 579 

Payments on liquidation bonds, as per vouchers Nos. 493 to 498, 520, 524, 659 
and 675 



$100,312 71 



107,291 80 
3,700 00 

8,187 25 

$219,491 76 



18 



[ cxlix ] 



ESTIMATE of amount required to pay the full interest accruing on 
the first day of January, 1857, on the interest paying debt of the 
state of Illinois. 



$3,711,265 68 



100,000 00 

271,849 00 

4,509,400 00 



$S,591,il9 68 



New internal improvement stock of 184'7, (after deducting 
amount paid on principal from two-mill tax, stock taken 
up by the state, and the amount received from Wadsworth 
and Sheldon) 

Delafield certificates (Wiggins loan) 

Liquidation bonds '..'.'. 

Illinois and Michigan canal bonds at 3 per cent. is. ..*!!!.' ! .' 

Unclaimed installments in new int. improvement stock 

" on canal bonds 

Total amount for January interest 



$2o'7,T45 44 
9,269 61 
7,500 00 



$274,515 05 



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19 



STATEMEJVT showing the amount and kind of Illinois six per cent, 
stocks pioxhased by John Moore, Treasurer of Illinois, from March 
to October, 1856, with funds paid into the state treasury by the 
Illinois Central Railroad. Company, as also from whom purchased 
and the price paid for each. 



1856. 
March . ..24 



May. 



.30 



.30 



Auo;ust. .13 



.13 



Bought of Robert Prindle — 

Three certificales new internal improve- 
ment stocks of 1847, Nos. 806, 80*7 and 
808, issued for 

Less payment by Auditor from dividend 
from two mill tax 

Arrears of interest on payment from two 
mill tax 84- years 

One certificate new internal improvement 
stock of 1847, No. 5902, issued for 

Bought of N. B. Haswell— 

One certificate new internal improvement 
stock of 1847, No. 619, issued for 

Bought of Taylor & Co.— 

One certificate new internal improvement 
stock of 1847, No. 2011, issued for 

Bought of Ottinger & Co. — 

Ten certificates new internal improvement 
stock of 1847, Nos. 303, 312, issued for 

Bought of Morgan & Co. — 

One certificate new internal improvement 
stock of 1847, No. 5903, issued for 

Bought of A. H. Simmons — 

Three certificates new internal improve- 
ment stock of 1847, Nos. 5759, 7560 
and 5761, issued for 

Bought of Wood & Abbott- 
Three certificates new internal improve- 
ment stock of 1847, Nos. 2250, 2252, 
issued for 

Less payment from two mill tax 

Arrears of interest on above payment less 
installments of interest 4^- years 

Bought of Lucius M. Sheldon — 

One liliuois and Michigan canal bond of 
1847, with coupons of and for January, 
1857, No. 835, issued for 

Bought of J. C. Smith, attorney — 

Two Illinois and Michigan canal bonds of 
1847 (registered) with couponsof and for 
July, 1856, Nos. 342 and 454, issued for 

Nineteen certificates new internal im- 
proveraent stock of 1847, Nos. 602, 606, 
1791, 1795,3630, 3631, 5149,5150,5764, 
4687, 5750, 5752, issued for 

Less payment from two mill tax 

Arrears of interc^st on above payment less 
installments of interest paid 



$3,000 00 
1,050 00 



1,950 00 at llli $2,169 38 



375 90 at 50i 188 89 

1,200 00 at 1131 1,359 00 

1,000 00 at 113^ 1,132 50 

1,968 49 at 113^ 2,234 23 

10,000 00 at 113i 11,350 00 

1,600 00 at 1131 1,816 00 

3,000 00 at 112| 3,382 50 



3,513 32 
1,194 52 



2,318 80 at 112^ 2,608 65 



258 61 at 50J 129 95 



1,000 00 at 86i 862 50 



2,000 00 at 90i 1,805 00 



19,400 00 
11,154 84 



8,245 16 



3,583 46 



J 



20 



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Statement — Continued. 



1856. 


Arrears of interest on unpaid" portion of 
principal less installments .of interest 
paid 

Bought of C. Livingston — 

Six certificates new internal improvement 
stoclc of 1847, Nos. 3124, 3196, 3200, 
issued for. 


$2,993 


00 


at 

at 
at 
at 


84i 
84i 
841 


$12, 

5 
1 

8 






14,821 


62 


487 21 


August.. 13 


6,000 00 
2,100 00 






Less payments from two mill tax 

Arrears of interest on ab^'e payment less 

Arrears of interest on unpaid portion' of 
principal less installments of interest 
paid 






3,900 00 
751 80 

1,415 70 






Three certificates new internal improve- 
ment stock of 184*7, Nos. 229, 1105 and 
1106, issued for 






6,067 


50 


111 87 


October. .9 


3,000 

2,489 


00 
31 






Less payments from two mill tax 

Arrears of interest on above payment less 
installments paid 

Arrears of interest on balance of principal 
less installments paid 

Ten certificates new internal improvement 
stocli of 184*7, Nos. 563, 565, 4240, 4242, 
4731, 4733, 4817 and 4818, issued for. . 

Less payments from two mill tax 

Arrears of interest on above less amount 
paid 

Arrears of interest on balance principal 
less amount paid 

Total cost in New York 






510 
697 
185 


69 
93 
33 






1,394 


00 


144 44 


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10,000 
3,500 


00 
00 






6,500 
1,253 

2 , 359 


00 
00 
50 






10,112 


50 


519 77 








.S56 


301 89 

















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ST^TEMEJV' 

stocks inirch( 
to October, 
Illinois Cent 
and the price 



21 

RECAPITULATION. 



Jon sixty-one certificates of new inter- 

ck of 1847, amounting to 

and unpaid on the same stocks to Jan- 



^f' 



-id upon three canal bonds. 



Total ;.. to indebtedness purchased. . . 

Go. ..oiiie 1 ■- j-^ ew York city 

Express charges on 833, 800 coin, at J per cent. 
Exchange on $22, 501 89, at ^ per cent. . . . . . . 



Total cost of purchase. . . 
Total saving to the state. 



^42,192 45 

22,131 63 
3,000 00 



$56,301 89 
84 50 
28 12 



§6T,324 08 



56,414 51 
$10,908 57 



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